Mössbauer-Effect Spectroscopy as a Probe for Surface Interactions
Since the Mössbauer effect is very sensitive to small changes in the electronic environment of Mössbauer active nuclei, Mössbauer-effect spectroscopy may be used to investigate interactions on surfaces. These include adsorption phenomena and heterogeneous catalytic reactions. A critical literature review on the subject matter will finally lead to a discussion on some of our preliminary results on interactions of gas molecules with an adsorber of large surface area.
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