From an on-line nuclear orientation measurement on15O implanted in iron, the hyperfine field of oxygen in iron was deduced as +12.2(16) T. This experiment, together with two measurements on17F, which was implanted in the same foil, also yielded information on the relaxation and implantation behaviour of light impurities when implanted at low dose and at low temperature.
KeywordsOxygen Iron Thin Film Hyperfine Field Orientation Measurement
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