THE MOSSBAUER EFFECT,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The article briefly introduces the Mossbauer effect and its application. This effect, which is also called recoilless nuclear resonance recoilless nuclear resonant fluorescence, was discovered by a German scientist, R. L. Mossbauer in 1957. Since its discovery this effect has become an important tool in basic physics research. Its principle applications are in the following areas 1 theory of relativity 2 nuclear structure 3 solid state physics and 4 nuclear timer. The article also briefly describes the principle of Mossbauer effect, its application in the above four areas and problems related to the experimental research.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics
- Solid State Physics