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Nuclear relaxation in CoGa3 lattice structures
Perturbed Angular Correlation (PAC) Spectroscopy is a method utilized to study hyperfine interactions within solids by observing the gamma rays emitted by the nuclear decay of probe atoms that have been artificially infused ...
Site preferences and jump frequencies of In/Cd solutes in rare earth palladium phases having the L1 sub 2 structure
The method of Perturbed Angular Correlation of gamma rays (PAC) was used to study site preferences of indium solutes and jump frequencies of cadmium impurities in rare-earth palladium phases RPd sub 3 which has the L1 sub ...
Indium solubility in α-gallium and gallium-indium eutectic alloys studied using PAC
The melting temperature in α-gallium is 303K. The method of perturbed angular correlation of gamma rays (PAC) was used to determine the solubility of 111In probe atoms present at of 10-10 mole fraction. Below 303K and above ...
Lattice locations and diffusion in intermetallic compounds explored through PAC measurements and DFT calculations
Site preferences of 111In/Cd impurity probe atoms were studied as a function of composition in Al3Ni and as a function of temperature in Al3Ti and Al3Zr structures using perturbed angular correlation of gamma rays (PAC). ...