Industrial applications of Mossbauer spectroscopy.
Hyperfine Interactions, 144-155(1-4) pp. 381–390.
The historical development of the use of Mössbauer spectroscopy in industrial applications
is briefly outlined. The power of the technique for the study of commercially important
materials and its capacity to make contributions as a research tool, in quality control, and for inservice
evaluation are reviewed. The disadvantages of the technique in the industrial setting are
considered. The power of Mössbauer spectroscopy when used to approach specific industrial problems
is illustrated by its use inmonitoring the nature of corrosion resistant coated steel for automobile
manufacture and the in situ characterization of Fischer–Tropsch catalysts.
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