Mössbauer spectrometer

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Mössbauer spectrometer

[mes′bou·ər, mœs′bou·ər]
Etymology: Rudolf L. Mössbauer, German physicist, 1929-2011
an instrument that can detect small changes between an atomic nucleus and its environment, such as caused by alterations in temperature, pressure, or chemical state. The device is used in chemical and physical research with applications in medicine.
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In 1964, the author has reported for the first time the observation of superparamagnetism by Mossbauer spectroscopy using nanoscale particles of [alpha]-[Fe.
The author's study of various magnetic materials by Mossbauer spectroscopy was done in collaboration with many research groups and demonstrated the usefulness of this new method.
The author proposed using Mossbauer spectroscopy to verify the validity of the dead layer model.
57]Fe Mossbauer spectroscopy has been widely used for studying magnetic materials.
A systematic study of magnetization in various kinds of interfaces, by means of Mossbauer spectroscopy, with combining other advanced techniques, has to be organized.
Using Mossbauer spectroscopy, he investigated the dynamic behavior of superparamagnetic particles.
1973) Surface state of ferromagnetic cobalt metal by Mossbauer spectroscopy.
Mossbauer spectroscopy of Greek "Etruscan" pottery.
Mossbauer spectroscopy and quantitative chemical analyses of early Cypriote blacked-topped pottery.
Keywords: Peloides, Mossbauer Spectroscopy, X-rays Diffraction.