Measurements by Scattering Techniques, II

  • P. Debrunner


In this paper the application of a backscattering geometry for the measurement of Mössbauer transitions with very small recoilless fractions is discussed. A system based on this geometry is described [1], which has been used successfully for the measurement of single Mössbauer lines with recoilless fractions as small as 0.5% [2]. The high sensitivity obtained with this system is particularly useful for the study of Mössbauer transitions in the energy range of 100 keV and above, where transmission experiments become more and more difficult.


Solid Angle Compton Scattering Large Solid Angle Recoilless Fraction Compton Background 
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  • P. Debrunner
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of IllinoisUrbanaUSA

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