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Möss•bau•er

(ˈmɔs baʊ ər, ˈmɒs-)

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Rudolf L., born 1929, German physicist: Nobel prize 1961.
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Noun1.Mossbauer - German physicist (born in 1929)
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Mossbauer spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and magnetic measurements of iron-nickel ultrafine particles.
Mossbauer Spectroscopy is a highly accurate technique relying on a gamma ray source to determine with extreme precision concentrations of certain types of nuclei within solids in various quantum spin states and valences as well to investigate the structures of biomolecules like proteins.
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