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Figure 9
Application of the polynomial curves method to remove the background from a representative NEXAFS spectrum at the Co L-edge (orange points, left panel) containing both the L2- and L3-edges. After having selected the working energy range and the number of spectral points needed to generate the background function, the user can move them along the spectral profile through sliders while simultaneously observing their effect on the background-subtracted spectrum (blue curve, right panel).

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