Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Applications
Dr. H.H. Hamdeh
Department of Physics Wichita State University
Wednesday, March 3, 1998, 3:30 pm.
Ben Bandy Conference Room
Center for Applied Energy Research
Mössbauer Spectroscopy is a microscopic probe which is often used to characterize the chemical, structural, electrical and magnetic properties of materials. After reviewing the basic components of the spectrometer, I will present three examples to demonstrate the unique ability of this technique. These examples include new and critical details of conductivity in magnetite, direct measurement of cation distribution in titanomagnetites, and the disordered magnetic states in (Ge,Si)-Fe-O nanoparticles.