Mössbauer Paramagnetic Hyperfine Structure

  • H. H. Wickman

Abstract

The use of the Mössbauer technique as a solid-state tool is inherently concerned with the nature of the electric and magnetic interactions experienced by the emitting or absorbing recoil-free atom. Indeed, the majority of Mössbauer studies have centered around investigations of electric and magnetic hyperfine interactions and the electron—nuclear interaction leading to the isomer shift. Until recently, most studies of this type have involved systems in which the time-independent features of the hyperfine interactions were emphasized, and the observed electronic fields given a simple classical interpretation. The prime example here is, of course, the effective internal magnetic field found in magnetically ordered compounds.

Keywords

Hyperfine Interaction Electric Field Gradient Relaxation Effect Hyperfine Field Relaxation Spectrum 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. H. Wickman
    • 1
  1. 1.Bell Telephone Laboratories, IncorporatedMurray HillUSA

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