It is shown by the Fourier analysis of broad Mössbauer spectra that the even part of the distribution of the dominant hyperfine interaction (hyperfine field or quadrupole splitting) can be obtained directly without using least-square fitting procedures. Also the odd part of this distribution correlated with other hyperfine parameters (e.g. isomer shift) can be directly determined. Examples covering the case of amorphous magnetic and paramagnetic iron-based alloys are presented.
|Number of pages||16|
|Journal||Nuclear instruments and methods in physics research|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 1 1982|
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