Stannite group minerals were studied by means of Mössbauer spectroscopy. In particular we examined the problem of stannite-kesterite miscibility. From the behaviour of the Mössbauer linewidth as a function of the mineral composition it follows that all the samples have a single phase structure, in disagreement with the existence of a miscibility gap.
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Baldini, A., Bernardini, G.P., Cianchi, L. et al. Mössbauer spectra of “stannite group” minerals. Hyperfine Interact 46, 695–699 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02398261
- Thin Film
- Single Phase
- Phase Structure
- Mineral Composition