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Titulos:
Mössbauer spectroscopy / A. Vértes, L. Korecz, K. Burger ; translated by D.A. Durham.
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
0444997822 (hardcover); 0444416994 (series)
Lugar de Edición:
Amsterdam :
Editor:
Elsevier Scientific,
Fecha de Edición:
1979.
Notas Formateada:
Foreword - I. The physical bases of Mössbauer spectroscopy - II. The application of Mössbauer spectroscopy in inorganic chemistry - III. The Mössbauer effect in frozen solutions - IV. Application of the Mössbauer effect in biological research - V. Metallurgical studies.
Nota de contenido:
"Mössbauer spectroscopy has developed into an important research tool in the natural sciences during the last 15 years, and is employed nowadays in many fields of physical, chemical, biological and cosmological research. The technique yields valuable information on the properties of atomic nuclei, crystal structure, molecular structure, bonding characteristics and electronic structure of solid compounds. Several monographs have already been published on the physical bases and more important applications of the method. The aim of this book is to draw particular attention to the Mössbauer spectroscopy of quickfrozen (quenched) solutions and to its applications in solution chemistry and to one of its most important fields of use, namely coordination chemistry. In addition, a briefer account is given of the value of the method in biochemistry, metallochemistry and analytical chemistry. The book consists of five chapters... Each chapter concludes with a detailed reference list" -Cover
Palabras clave:
MOSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY; ESPECTROSCOPÍA MOSSBAUER

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1#^aVértes, A.,^cDepartment of Physical Chemistry and Radiology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
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##^a"Mössbauer spectroscopy has developed into an important research tool in the natural sciences during the last 15 years, and is employed nowadays in many fields of physical, chemical, biological and cosmological research. The technique yields valuable information on the properties of atomic nuclei, crystal structure, molecular structure, bonding characteristics and electronic structure of solid compounds. Several monographs have already been published on the physical bases and more important applications of the method. The aim of this book is to draw particular attention to the Mössbauer spectroscopy of quickfrozen (quenched) solutions and to its applications in solution chemistry and to one of its most important fields of use, namely coordination chemistry. In addition, a briefer account is given of the value of the method in biochemistry, metallochemistry and analytical chemistry. The book consists of five chapters... Each chapter concludes with a detailed reference list" -Cover
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1#^aKorecz, L.,^cDepartment of Atomic Physics, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
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1#^aBurger, K.,^cDepartment of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.
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##^aUniversidad Nacional de San Luis - Sistema de Bibliotecas
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Institucion:
Universidad Nacional de San Luis
Dependencia:
Sistema de Bibliotecas - Colección MARC21

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