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(ˈmɔs baʊ ər, ˈmɒs-)

Rudolf L., born 1929, German physicist: Nobel prize 1961.
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Noun1.Mossbauer - German physicist (born in 1929)
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Design and implementation of an electrons detector in Mossbauer spectroscopy for reflection
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.
Mossbauer spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction studies of ball-milling induced transformations of a near-equiatomic fev sigma fase: Influence of oxigen.
Mossbauer spectroscopy is a very useful tool for investigating magnetic materials because [sup.
Using a synchrotron Mossbauer spectroscopy technique, Jackson et al.
In this paper we study the mineralogical characterization of the clay fraction of two samples of agricultural soils from Vertisols from the Valle de San Lorenzo, Piura Region, using analytical techniques such as energy dispersion X-ray fluorescence (XRF), X-ray difractometry (XRD) and transmission Mossbauer spectroscopy (TMS).
Chemists mostly in the US discuss inorganic and bioinorganic spectroscopy, 57Fe Mossbauer spectroscopy in chemistry and biology, magnetochemical methods and models, cryoadiolysis as a method for mechanistic studies, absolute chiral structures of inorganic compounds, the flash photolysis and chemistry of transients and excited states, using high pressure to elucidate inorganic and bioinorganic reaction mechanisms, chemical kinetics as a mechanistic tool, heavy atom isotope effects as probes of small molecule activation, and computational studies of reactivity in transition metal chemistry.
Understanding this process required the use of four different analytical tools: combustion analysis for sulfur prior to melting, scanning electron microscopy and X-ray microanalysis to measure sulfur in individual iron drops, and Mossbauer spectroscopy to determine the oxidation states of iron oxides located on the surface of solid cast iron and steel.
57]Fe Mossbauer spectroscopy at 298 K, before and after the heating treatment in the non-magnetic nodules and in the naturally magnetic nodules.