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Mössbauer Studies of Rare-Earth Intermetallic Compounds

  • I. Nowik

Abstract

In recent years the Mössbauer effect has been successfully used for studies of the magnetic properties of iron compounds [1]. Although the rare-earth region is rich in Mössbauer isotopes (see Table I) [2] and the rare-earth compounds ‘have a vast variety of magnetic properties, only a few studies have been reported (see Table II) [2]. In this short review the possibilities of the Mössbauer effect in studying rare-earth magnetic properties will be demonstrated by studies of rare-earth intermetallic compounds. Most of the work discussed here has been published in a few recent papers[3–9].

Keywords

Intermetallic Compound Isomeric Shift Hyperfine Field Magnetic Hyperfine Field Molecular Field 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1966

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Nowik
    • 1
  1. 1.Bell Telephone LaboratoriesIncorporatedMurray HillUSA

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