Gutlich P & Schröder C (2010) Mössbauer Spectroscopy. Bunsen-Magazin, 12 (1), pp. 4-22. http://www.bunsen.de/bunsen_media/Downloads/BUNSEN_MAGAZIN/Erschienene+BM/BuMa_2010_01.pdf
First paragraph: Nearly fifty years ago Rudolf L. Mossbauer, whilst working on his doctoral thesis under Professor Maier-Leibnitz in Munich and Heidelberg, discovered the recoilless nuclear resonance absorption of g-rays which became known as the Mossbauer Effect [1-3]. The phenomenon rapidly developed to a new spectroscopic technique which now bears his name. Mossbauer spectroscopy has made valuable contributions to the physical-, chemical-, biological- and geo-sciences.
Bunsen-Magazin: Volume 12, Issue 1
|Publisher||Deutsche Bunsen-Gesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie|
|Place of publication||Frankfurt, Germany|