Mössbauer effect for Fe57 and Co57 in TiO2 (rutile)
TiO2 (rutile) powder has been doped with 1-at.% Fe57 for Mössbauer source studies, and with Co (Co57) in the percent and parts per million (ppm) ranges for Mössbauer source studies. The absorber and percent sources show simple trivalent iron spectra, with quadrupole splittings of 0.70 and as large as 0.15 mm/sec, respectively. The ppm Co57 sources are more complex, exhibiting three different spectra, all showing quadrupole interactions and all probably divalent. Possible configurations corresponding to these spectra are discussed and the results compared to EPR data. © 1976 The American Physical Society.
Physical Review B
Sandin, T. R.; Schroeer, Dietrich; and Spencer, Charles D., "Mössbauer effect for Fe57 and Co57 in TiO2 (rutile)" (1976). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 2704.