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The Mössbauer Effect of Sn119 in Palladium-Rich Palladium—Tin Solid Solutions

  • D. K. Snediker

Abstract

Until quite recently the Mössbauer spectroscopy of tin has been hindered by the lack of a high-effect, narrow Sn119m source. The first tin Mössbauer source to be used widely was stannic oxide, Sn119mO2. Although the Mössbauer absorption spectrum of SnO2 shows a satisfactory effect at room temperature, its width is excessively large because the peak is a doublet [1]. In terms of line width the Mg2Sn119m source reported by Ruby and Flinn [2] is far superior to stannic oxide. This source, however, has a negligible effect at room temperature and therefore must be used at temperatures below 77°K.

Keywords

Half Width Electron Mobility Quadrupole Splitting Fractional Effect Lorentzian Function 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1966

Authors and Affiliations

  • D. K. Snediker
    • 1
  1. 1.National Bureau of Standards, Radiochemical Analysis Section, Analytical Chemistry DivisionInstitute for Materials ResearchUSA

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