Computation of Mössbauer Spectra

  • J. R. Gabriel


The main purpose of this paper is to draw attention to three new computer programs which have been written at Argonne National Laboratory, in collaboration with Stanley Ruby, for the purpose of computing Mössbauer spectra. They have been written almost entirely within the constraints of the FORTRAN II computer language and should therefore need very little modification to be usable with any large enough computer which has a FORTRAN compiler. The programs consist of three main codes called UNIXTL, LVSPHS, and PDRHXT which deal with three different types of Mössbauer experiment, and a library of subroutines, called by the main codes, which perform the calculation.


Argonne National Laboratory MOSSBAUER Spectrum Main Code FORTRAN Compiler United States Atomic Energy Commission 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. R. Gabriel
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  1. 1.Argonne National LaboratoryArgonneUSA

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