Chemical states of57Fe-atoms after ec-decay of57Co-labelled Co(BrO3)2·6H2O studied by coincidence Mössbauer spectroscopy
Two kinds of time differential Mössbauer spectra of57Co-labelled Co(BrO3)2·6H2O were measured at room temperature by delayed coincidence technique, i.e., one was the delayed coincidence between 122 keV γ ray and 14.4 keV γ ray (γ, γ-ray coincidence), and another was the coincidence between 6.3 keV KX ray and 14.4 keV γ ray (X, γ-ray coincidence). The time dependence of chemical states of57Fe-species were observed on γ, γ-ray and X, γ-ray coincidence Mössbauer spectra. The relative area intensities of57Fe(II) observed on the X, γ-ray coincidence spectra were larger than those on the γ, γ-ray coincidence spectra on every time windows.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Thin Film Time Window Time Dependence Chemical State
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