Mössbauer Spectroscopy and Transition Metal Chemistry by Prof. Dr. Philipp Gütlich, Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Link, Prof. PDF

By Prof. Dr. Philipp Gütlich, Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Link, Prof. Dr. Alfred X. Trautwein (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3662125455

ISBN-13: 9783662125458

ISBN-10: 3662125471

ISBN-13: 9783662125472

Two a long time have handed because the unique discovery of recoilless nuclear gamma resonance via Rudolf Mossbauer; the spectroscopic strategy in accordance with this resonance influence - known as Mossbauer spectroscopy - has constructed right into a strong instrument in solid-state study. The clients are chemists, physicists, biologists, geologists, and scientists from different disciplines, and the spectrum of difficulties amenable to this technique has turn into terribly huge. within the current quantity we've got restrained ourselves to purposes of Mossbauer spectroscopy to the world of transition components. we are hoping that the booklet can be priceless not just to non-Mossbauer targeted­ ists with problem-Oriented actions within the chemistry and physics of transition components, but additionally to these actively operating within the box of Mossbauer spectroscopy on structures (compounds in addition to alloys) of transition components. the 1st 5 chapters are directed to introducing the reader who's no longer conversant in the strategy to the foundations of the recoilless nuclear resonance impact, the hyperfme interactions among nuclei and digital houses reminiscent of electrical and magnetic fields, a few crucial elements approximately measurements, and the assessment of Moss­ bauer spectra. bankruptcy 6 bargains with the translation of Mossbauer parameters of iron compounds. the following we've put emphasis at the information regarding the digital constitution, in correlation with quantum chemical tools, as a result of its value for chemical bonding and magnetic properties.

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4), the absorber is placed between the source and the detector. The count rate in the detector is then given by the transmission integral ~ C(v) = (1 - fs) exp (-dpa) + f Iern(v, E) T(E) dE. 64) (1 - fs) is the nonresonant fraction of r-rays emitted by the source. The count rate off resonance is given by C(00) =exp (-dpa). 66) c We see that the line shape is of Lorentzian form with a half width twice the naturalline width, assuming equal width r for source and absorber. :lx in g/cm2 of resonant nuclei) is not small compared to 1, one can no longer expect a Lorentzian.

Therefore in studies using single crystals the sign of the quadrupole coupling constant eQVzz can be determined. , Q( 57 Fe) > 0). The situation becomes somewhat more complicated if both magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole interaction are present. I/i211/2ml/2 >, j = 1, 2. ffil/2 - -1/2 The coefficients C~;~2' C~;~2 depend on the strength of the magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole interactions and are calculated by diagonalizing the appropriate Hamiltonian H= HM + HQ . 51) + 0 2 . 52) reduces to 34 Hyperfine Interaction 3/2i C 3/,2i C1/~i P(3/2i 1/2 a: [~ ~ ~ ,m1/2 ~ C 1/2i Cm3/2 ,J , m3/2 m 112 m3/2 m3/2 m1/2 mIl?

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