50 Years After – the Mössbauer Effect Today and in the Future
The Colloquium "50 Years After – the Mössbauer Effect Today and in the Future" was held 9-10 October 2008 at the Technische Universität München. Most of the talks given at the meeting are now available for download in PDF below. More will become available as they are provided by the authors.


A. Lauberau: Welcome Address

W. Petry: Introduction

H. Frauenfelder: The Mössbauer Effect – From Genesis into the Future

E. Baggio-Saitovitch: Magnetism in Unconventional Superconductors

G. Shenoy: Nuclear Resonance Spectroscopy: Opportunities with New Radiation Sources

D. Nagy: Mössbauer Effect in Magnetic Thin Films: Recent Results and Perspectives

A. Chumakov: Atomic Vibrations in Glasses: 50 Years Ago, Today, and in Future

C. McCammon: Nuclear Resonant Studies of Deep Mantle Phases at High Pressure and High Temperature Using an Externally Heated Diamond Anvil Cell

V. Schünemann: Mössbauer Spectroscopy on Iron-Containing Proteins and Related Model Complexes

L. Stievano: 197Au Mössbauer Spectroscopy in the Study of Gold Catalysts

Yu. Krupyanskii: The Influence of Chemical Chaperone Hexylresorcinol on Lysozyme: The Changes of Structure, Dynamics and Functional Activity

W. Potzel: Mössbauer Antineutrinos: Recoilless Resonant Emission and Detection in the 3H – 3He System

J.-M. Génin: Green Rusts and Fougerite: From Mineralogy and Environmental Science to Corrosion

B. Weber: New Monomer, Dimer and Polymer Iron(II) Spin Crossover Complexes with a N4O2 Coordination Sphere

E. Kuzmann: Applications of Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Plant Physiology

W. Keune: High-Energy Phonon Confinement in Nanoscale Metallic Multilayers

P. de Souza: Selected Applications of MIMOS II in Archaeology

D. Habs: The Lowest Nuclear Transition in 229Th

C. Strohm: Nuclear Forward Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation in Pulsed High Magnetic Fields

J. G. Stevens: 50 Years of the Mössbauer Effect

N. Planckaert: Energy-Resolved Nuclear Resonant Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation Applied to an Fe3Al Foil

S. Dubiel: Anomalous Binding of 57Fe Atoms in Metallic Chromium

B. Kopcewicz: Ecological Aspects of Mössbauer Study of Iron-Containing Atmospheric Aerosol

V. Sepelák: A Modified Core-Shell Model of Ferrimagnetic Oxide Nanoparticles

G. Klingelhöfer: Mineralogy on the Mars and Future Missions With MIMOS II


Mössbauer Effect Data Center – March 2009


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