The nuclear gamma resonance method or the Mossbauer effect, is one of the most powerful methods of examining the structure of matter and substances. The monograph indicates the key problems that have to be solved for the further development of the Mossbauer methods for analysis of the nuclear and magnetic structure of alloys, and offer solution variants for some of these problems based on the generalised results of a wide range of theoretical and experimental investigations, including original work by the author of the book and his colleagues.
1. Nature of the Mossbauer effect. Main parameters of resonant absorption spectra 2. Interpretation of Mossbauer spectra of alloys 3. Electrical and magnetic hyperfine interactions of resonant nuclei in metals and alloys 4. Structure of Mossbauer spectra of alloys with long-range and short-range atomic order 5. Mossbauer investigations of atomic and magnetic structure of alloys 6. Mossbauer spectroscopy of ion-doped metals and alloys Appendix 1. Methods of 'decoding' Mossbauer spectra Appendix 2. Linear ill-posed problems. Inverse problems of spectroscopy Appendix 3. Relationship of parameter of paired correlation with the mean effective size of the antiphase domain
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 15th October 2006
Publisher: Cambridge International Science Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.56