Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Mössbauer Effect Methodology New York City, January 25, 1970

  • Irwin J. Gruverman
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Formalism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. S. V. Karyagin
      Pages 17-17
  3. Applications and Spectroscopy

  4. Methodology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 93-93
    2. John P. Stampfel, Paul A. Flinn
      Pages 95-107
    3. Gilbert R. Hoy, Dennis W. Hamill, Peter P. Wintersteiner
      Pages 109-121
    4. Neil D. Heiman, J. C. Walker, Loren Pfeiffer
      Pages 123-141
    5. N. Hershkowitz, C. G. Jacobs Jr.
      Pages 143-159
  5. Lunar Sample Investigations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 161-161
    2. A. H. Muir Jr., R. M. Housley, R. W. Grant, M. Abdel-Gawad, M. Blander
      Pages 163-176
    3. C. L. Herzenberg, D. L. Riley
      Pages 177-191
    4. Stefan S. Hafner, Barbara Janik, David Virgo
      Pages 193-207
    5. G. P. Huffman, G. R. Dunmyre, R. M. Fisher, P. J. Wasilewski, T. Nagata
      Pages 209-224
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 225-237

About these proceedings


This is the sixth volume of a series that provides a continuing forum for publication of developments in M6ssbauer effect method­ ology and of spectroscopy and its applications. M ossbauer Effect Methodology, Volume 6, records the proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on M6ssbauer Effect Methodology. The symposium was sponsored by the New England Nuclear Corporation and concentrated on methodology, applications, and spectroscopy, with special sections on lunar sample work and on standardization and nomenclature. The symposium was held at the Palmer House in Chicago on January 25, 1970. Dr. J. C. Walker presided over the after­ noon and evening sessions. About two hundred participants attended, reflecting the continued importance of and interest in this series. Austin Science Associates, Elron Electronic Industries, High Voltage Engineering Corporation, and Reuter-Stokes Electronic Components Company demonstrated lines of equipment for M6ssbauer work. The usual high degree of interest in the well-designed commercial instrumentation was evident. The highlight of the symposium was the session on lunar samples. Fortuitously, the timing of the symposium permitted it to provide one ofthe earliest exposures ofthe lunar results to the scientific community. Many papers on other applications were presented, including work on frozen aqueous solutions. Four papers on methodology development made up one session, including reports on a polarized source, on a coincidence technique, and on the use of radio frequency to perturb hyperfine levels. As usual, many of the papers report work in fields remote from basic physics.


NMR development fields hyperfine nomenclature paper physics spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • Irwin J. Gruverman
    • 1
  1. 1.Nuclides and Sources DivisionNew England Nuclear CorporationBostonUSA

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