Application of the Mössbauer effect to the study of subnanometer harmonic displacements in thin solids

Application of the Mössbauer effect to the study of subnanometer harmonic displacements in thin... We measure subnanometer displacements of thin samples vibrated by piezotransducer. Samples contain Fe57 nuclei, which are exposed to 14.4-keV γ radiation. Vibration produces sidebands from a single absorption line of the sample. The sideband intensities depend on the vibration amplitude and its distribution along the sample. We developed a model of this distribution, which adequately describes the spectra of powder and stainless steel (SS) absorbers. We propose to filter γ radiation through a small round hole in the lead mask, placed before the absorber. In this case only a small spot of the vibrated absorber is observed. We found for SS foil that nuclei, exposed to γ radiation in this small spot, vibrate with almost the same amplitudes whose difference does not exceed a few picometers within the irradiated area. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review B American Physical Society (APS)

Application of the Mössbauer effect to the study of subnanometer harmonic displacements in thin solids

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Application of the Mössbauer effect to the study of subnanometer harmonic displacements in thin solids

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We measure subnanometer displacements of thin samples vibrated by piezotransducer. Samples contain Fe57 nuclei, which are exposed to 14.4-keV γ radiation. Vibration produces sidebands from a single absorption line of the sample. The sideband intensities depend on the vibration amplitude and its distribution along the sample. We developed a model of this distribution, which adequately describes the spectra of powder and stainless steel (SS) absorbers. We propose to filter γ radiation through a small round hole in the lead mask, placed before the absorber. In this case only a small spot of the vibrated absorber is observed. We found for SS foil that nuclei, exposed to γ radiation in this small spot, vibrate with almost the same amplitudes whose difference does not exceed a few picometers within the irradiated area.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1098-0121
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1550-235X
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10.1103/PhysRevB.95.245429
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Abstract

We measure subnanometer displacements of thin samples vibrated by piezotransducer. Samples contain Fe57 nuclei, which are exposed to 14.4-keV γ radiation. Vibration produces sidebands from a single absorption line of the sample. The sideband intensities depend on the vibration amplitude and its distribution along the sample. We developed a model of this distribution, which adequately describes the spectra of powder and stainless steel (SS) absorbers. We propose to filter γ radiation through a small round hole in the lead mask, placed before the absorber. In this case only a small spot of the vibrated absorber is observed. We found for SS foil that nuclei, exposed to γ radiation in this small spot, vibrate with almost the same amplitudes whose difference does not exceed a few picometers within the irradiated area.

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Physical Review BAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jun 26, 2017

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