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Nuclear Properties Determined from Mössbauer Measurements

  • David W. Hafemeister

Abstract

In the short decade that has passed since Mössbauer’s discovery, the Mössbauer technique has steadily shifted from the arena of the nuclear physicist to that of the solid-state physicist, chemist, or biologist. This is evidenced by the fact that many of today’s leaders in Mössbauer spectroscopy are physicists who used to be concerned with the measurement of nuclear spins, parities, and beta-decay ft values, and who are now concerned with measurements of electron density distributions, relaxation and diffusion times, and magnetism. It is this very dual nature of the Mössbauer effect that makes it the vital topic that it is; the opportunity to be involved in both the nuclear and solid-state disciplines.

Keywords

Isomer Shift Quadrupole Moment Electric Field Gradient Iron Foil Large Magnetic Field 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • David W. Hafemeister
    • 1
  1. 1.Physics DepartmentCalifornia State Polytechnic CollegeSan Luis ObispoUSA

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