Mössbauer Effect Data Index: Covering the 1973 Literature by John G. Stevens, Virginia E. Stevens (auth.), John G.

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Lynch, Phys. Rev. C7, 2160(1973). H. Dahman and S. Panselin, Z. Phys. 200, 456 (1967). 68C019. 70P025. A. G. Blachman, D. A. Landman, and A. Lurio, Phys. Rev. ~. 60 (1967). [Other data from M. B. Lewis, Nucl. 2 4.? 2 AU AU AU AU Li. 2 AU v AuCN ll. 2 Li. 2 Li. 2 pt Pt. Pt Pt 4. 11alous narrowinq IS vs 73V01t 73W002 73vJ002 7 31->00 2 731->002 73W002 73w002 73WOO? , 1)0. :? Ons (1),(2)* 0, 78 ± 0, 06 ns (11) 2 9+0. 49±0,12b (12) y y ti y 0 MG = MM = - o. 482 ± o. 35±0,17b (6) Derived Parameters (E = 25, 6 keV) Derived Parameters (E = 43, 8keV) ')' a0 -19 2 9,5(6)x10 em r 1.

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