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2021-12-01

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Jakub Navařík

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Mössbauer Spectroscopy is an important analytical technique, which allows studying electromagnetic parameters of the target atom surroundings. It is thus possible in the studied samples to identify the different material phases, crystalline structures, valence states, magnetic properties, etc. Mössbauer spectroscopy is commonly used especially for studying new and highly functionalized iron-based materials and nanomaterials. As these are usually cutting-edge scientific studies, it is often required to customize the experimental setups too. This would not be possible without top equipment and long-term experience. For this reason, we have been developing and improving Mössbauer spectrometers in our laboratories for 30 years [Pechousek et al. in AIP Conference Proceedings 1489:186–193, 2012] in order to support our scientific work with the most advanced, precise and user-friendly Mössbauer instruments. This paper deals with the advancement in their design, focusing on the enhancement of the velocity drive and its weak point. More... »

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