, Volume 97-98, Issue 1, pp 551-588

Nuclear resonant scattering of synchrotron radiation

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Abstract

The principal ideas of the theory and the main results of the experimental studies of the coherent resonant scattering ofγ-radiation by nuclear ensembles in matter are briefly over-viewed. An analysis of transmission of the Mössbauerγ-radiation and of synchrotron radiation through a nuclear resonant medium is suggested using an approach based on the optical theory. The feasibilities of the nuclear resonant scattering of synchrotron radiation as a new technique for studying the hyperfine interactions and some other phenomena of the physics of condensed matter are considered.