Mössbauer reflectometry of multilayer structure Zr(10 nm)/[Cr(1.7 nm)/57Fe(1.6 nm)]26/Cr(50 nm) — comparative measurements in energy and time domains
It is shown that the nuclear resonance interaction strongly enhances the standing wave pattern formed in a multilayer structure at Bragg reflection. It is surprising that the amplitude of modulations increases with a depth and has a maximum in the middle part of multilayer for the time-dispersive method of investigation. The behavior of standing waves can be used for depth selective measurements.
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