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Originally developed for time-resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS), energy-dispersive absorption spectroscopy offers new opportunities for applications such as fluorescence detection and microbeams for scanning probe spectroscopy, thanks to recent developments in both instrumentation and optics. In this context, this paper presents a first example of chemical mapping recorded at ID24, the energy-dispersive XAS beamline at the ESRF. Attributes of this geometry for microanalysis are addressed. Finally, present and future plans are discussed and developed in the light of the evolution of the focal spot on this instrument in the past ten years.

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