Mossbauer Spectroscopy: Applications in Chemistry, Biology, Industry, and Nanotechnology

Mossbauer Spectroscopy: Applications in Chemistry, Biology, Industry, and Nanotechnology

By: Virender K. Sharma (editor), Tetsuaki Nishida (editor), Gostar Klingelhofer (editor)Hardback

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Providing a modern update of the field, Mossbauer Spectroscopy focuses on applications across a broad range of fields, including analysis of inorganic elements, nanoparticles, metalloenzymyes, biomolecules (including proteins), glass, coal, and iron. Ideal for a broad range of scientists, this one-stop reference presents advances gained in the field over past two decades, including a detailed theoretical description of Mossbauer spectroscopy, an extensive treatment of Mossbauer spectroscopy in applied areas, and challenges and future opportunities for the further development of this technique.

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Contents

Preface xix Contributors xxi Chapter 1 In-Situ Mossbauer Spectroscopy with Synchrotron Radiation on Thin Films 3 S Stankov, T l zak, M Zaj c, M l zak, M Sladecek, R Rohlsberger, B. Sepiol, G Vogl, N Spiridis, J a ewski, K Parli ski, and J Korecki 1 1 Introduction 3 1.2 Instrumentation 4 1.3 Synchrotron radiation-based Mossbauer techniques 10 References 39 Chapter 2 Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Studying Electronic Spin and Valence States of Ironin the Earth s Lower Mantle 43 Jung-Fu Lin, Zhu Mao, and Ercan E Alp 2.1 Introduction 43 2.2 Synchrotron Mossbauer Spectroscopy at High Pressures and Temperatures 44 2.3 Crystal Field Theory on the 3 d Electronic States 46 2.4 Conclusion 54 Acknowledgments 55 References 55 Chapter 3 In-beam Mossbauer Spectroscopy Using a Radioisotope Beam and a Neutron Capture Reaction 58 Yoshio Kobayashi 3.1 I ntroduction 58 3.2 57Mn ( 57 Fe) Implantation Mossbauer Spectroscopy 61 3.3 Neutron in-beam Mossbauer Spectroscopy 66 3 .4 Summary 66 References 67 Part II Radionuclides 71 Chapter 4 Lanthanides( 151 Eu and 155 Gd)-Mossbauer Spectroscopic Study of Defect-FluoriteOxides Coupled with New Defect-Crystal-Chemistry Model 73 Nakamura, N Igawa, Y Okamoto, Y Hinatsu, J, Wang, M Takahashi and M. Takeda 4.1 Introduction 73 4.2 Defect-crystal-Chemistry (DCC) Lattice-parameter Model 76 4.3 Lns Mossbauer and Lattice-parameter Data of DF Oxides 79 4.4 DCC-Model Lattice-parameter and Lns-Mossbauer Data Analysis 84 Conclusion 92 References 93 Chapter 5 Mossbauer and Magnetic Study of Neptunyl(+1) Complexes 95 T Nakamoto, A Nakamura and M Takeda 5.1 Introduction 95 5.2 237Np Mossbauer Spectroscopy 96 5.3 Magnetic Property of Neptunyl Monocation (NpO 2 + ) 97 5.4 Mossbauer and Magnetic Study of Neptunyl(+1) Complexes 98 5.5 Discussion 106 Conclusion 113 Acknowledgment 113 References 113 Chapter 6 Mossbauer Spectroscopy of 161 Dy in Dysprosium Dicarboxylates 116 M Takahashi, C I Wynter, B R Hillery, Virender K Sharma, D Quarless, Leopold May, T Misu, S G Sobel, M Takeda, and E Brown 6.1 Introduction 116 6.2 Experimental Methods 117 6.3 Results and Discussion 117 Acknowledgment 122 References 122 Chapter 7 Study of Exotic Uranium Compounds using 238 U Mossbauer Spectroscopy 123 Satoshi Tsutsui 1,2 and Masami Nakada 2 7.1 Introduction 123 7.2 Determination of Nuclear g -factor in the Excited State of 238 U Nuclei 125 7.3 Application of 238 U Mossbauer Spectroscopy to Heavy Fermion 127 7.4 Application to Two-dimensional (2D) Fermi Surface System of Uranium Dipnictides 134 Summary 137 Acknowledgment 138 References 138 Part III Spin Dynamics 141 Chapter 8 Reversible Spin-state Switching Involving a Structural Change 143 Satoru Nakashima 8.1 Introduction 143 8.2 Three Assembled Structures of Fe(NCX) 2 (bpa) 2 (X=S, Se) and Their Structural Change by Desorption of Propanol Molecules 144 8.3 Occurrence of Spin-crossover Phenomenon in Assembled Complexes Fe(NCX) 2 (bpa) 2 (X=S, Se, BH 3 ) by Enclathrating Guest Molecules 145 8.4 Reversible Structural Change of Host Framework of Fe(NCS) 2 (bpp) 2 2(benzene) Triggered By Sorption of Benzene Molecules 147 8.5 Reversible Spin-state Switching Involving a Structural Change of Fe(NCX) 2 (bpp) 2 2(benzene) (X=Se, BH 3 ) Triggered By Sorption of Benzene Molecules 149 8.6 Conclusion 150 References 151 Chapter 9 Spin- Crossover and Related Phenomena Coupled with Spin, Photon and Charge 152 N Kokima and A Sugahara 9.1 Introduction 152 9.2 Photo-induced Spin-crossover Phenomena 153 9 3 Charge Transfer Phase Transition 161 9 4 Spin Equilibrium and Succeeding Phenomena 168 References 175 Chapter 10 Spin Crossover in Iron(III) Porphyrins Involving the Intermediate-Spin State 177 Mikio Nakamura and Masashi Takahashi 10.1 Introduction 177 10.2 Methodology to Obtain Pure Intermediate-Spin Complexes 178 10.3 Spin Crossover Involving the Intermediate-Spin State 189 10.4 Spin Crossover Triangle in Iron(III) Porphyrins 195 10.5 Conclusion 198 Acknowledgments 198 References 199 Chapter 11 Tin(II) Lone Pair Stereoactivity: Influence on Structures and Properties, and Mossbauer Spectroscopic Properties 202 Georges Denes, M Cecilia Madamba, Hocine Merazigand Abdualhafed Muntasar 11.1 Introduction 202 11.2 Experimental 203 11.3 Crystal Structures 204 11.4 Tin Electronic Structure and Mossbauer Spectroscopy 208 11.5 Application to the Structural Determination of SnF 2 213 11.6 Application to the Structural Determination of the Highly Layered Structures of PbSnF 4 and BaSnF 4 216 11.7 Application to the Structural Study of Disordered Phases 226 11.8 Lone Pair Stereoactivity and Material Properties 241 11.9 Conclusion 242 Acknowledgments 243 References 243 Part IV Biological Applications 247 Chapter 12 Synchrotron Radiation Based Nuclear Resonant Scattering: Applications to Bioinorganic Chemistry 249 Yisong Guo, Yoshitaka Yoda, Xiaowei Zhang, Yuming Xiao, Stephen P Cram 12.1 Introduction 249 12.2 Technical Background 250 12.3 Applications in Bioinorganic Chemistry 258 12.4 Summary and Prospects 269 Acknowledgment 269 References 269 Chapter 13 Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Biological and Biomedical Research 272 Alexander A Kamnev 1, *, Krisztina Kovacs 2 , Irina V Alenkina 3 , and Michael I. Oshtrakh 13.1 Introduction 272 13.2 Microorganisms-related studies 273 13.3 Plants 276 13.4 Enzymes 280 13.5 Hemogoblin 281 13.6 Ferritin and Hemosiderin 283 13.7 Tissues 284 13.8 Pharmaceutical Products 286 13.9 Conclusions 286 Acknowledgments 287 References 287 Chapter 14 Controlled Spontaneous Decay of Mossbauer Nuclei (Theory and Experiments) 292 Vladimir I Vysotskii and Alla A Kornilova 14.1 Introduction to the Problem of Controlled Spontaneous Gamma-decay 292 14.2 General Consideration 293 14.3 Controlled Spontaneous Gamma-decay of Excited Nucleus in the System of Mutually Uncorrelated Modes of Electromagnetic Vacuum 295 14.4 Spontaneous Gamma-decay in the System of Synchronized Modes of Electromagnetic Vacuum 302 14.5 Experimental Study of the Phenomenon of Controlled Gamma-decay of Mossbauer Nuclei 303 14.6 Experimental Study of the Phenomenon of Controlled Gamma-decay by Investigation of Space Anisotropy and Self-focusing of Mossbauer Radiation 309 14.7 Direct Experimental Observation and Study of the Process of Controlled Radioactive and Excited Nuclei Radiative Gamma-decay by the Delayed Gamma-gamma Coincidence Method 311 14.8 Conclusion 314 References 314 Chapter 15 Natural's Strategy to Oxidize Tryptophan: EPR and Mossbauer Characterization of High-Valent Fe Intermediates 315 Kednerlin Dornevil and Aimin Liu 15.1 Two Oxidizing Equivalents Stored at a Ferric Heme 315 15.2 Oxidation of L-Tryptophan by Heme-Based Enzymes 316 15.3 The Chemical Reaction Catalyzed by MauG 318 15.4 A High-Valent bis -Fe(IV) Intermediate in MauG 319 15.5 High-Valent Fe Intermediate of Tryptophan 2,3-Dioxygenase 319 15.6 Concluding Remarks 321 References 322 Chapter 16 Iron in Neurodegeneration 324 Jolanta Ga zka-Friedman, Erika R Bauminger, and Andrzej Friedman 16.1 Introduction 324 16.2 Neurodegeneration and Oxidative Stress 324 16.3 Mossbauer Studies of Healthy Brain Tissue 325 16.4 Properties of Ferritin and Hemosiderin Present in Healthy Brain Tissue 327 16.5 Concentration of Iron Present in Healthy and Diseased Brain Issue 328 16.6 Asymmetry of the Mossbauer Spectra of Healthy and Diseased Brain Tissue 330 16.7 Conclusion the Possible Role of Iron in Neurodegeneration 331 References 331 Chapter 17 Emission ( 57 Co) Mossbauer Spectroscopy: Biology-related Applications, Potentials and Prospects 333 Alexander A Kamnev 17.1 Introduction 333 17.2 Methodology 334 17.3 Microbiological Applications 336 17.4 Enzymological Applications 340 17.5 Conclusions and Outlook 345 Acknowledgments 345 References 346 Part V Iron Oxides 349 Chapter 18 Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Study of Nanocrystalline Iron Oxides from Thermal Processes 351 Ji i Tu ek, Libor Machala, Ji i Frydrych, Ji i Pechou ek, and Radek Zbo il 18.1 Introduction 351 18.2 Polymorphs of Iron (III) Oxide, Their Crystal Structures, Magnetic Properties, and Polymorphous Phase Transformations 352 18.3 Use of 57 Fe Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Monitoring Solid State Reaction Mechanisms towards Iron Oxides 371 18.4 Various Mossbauer Spectroscopy Techniques in Study of Applications Related to Nanocrystalline Iron Oxides 378 18.5 Conclusion 389 Acknowledgment 389 References 389 Chapter 19 Transmission and Emission 57 Fe Mossbauer Studies on Perovskites and Related Oxide Systems 393 Zoltan Homonnay and Zoltan Nemeth 19.1 Introduction 393 19.2 Study of high- T c superconductors 394 19.3 Study of Strontium ferrate and its substituted analogues 401 19.4 Pursuing Colossal Magnetoresistance in Doped Lanthanum Cobaltates 407 References 413 Chapter 20 Enhancing the Possibilities of 57 Fe Mossbauer Spectrometry to Study the Inherent Properties of Rust Layers 415 Karen E Garcia, Cesar A Barrero, Alvaro L Morales, and Jean-Marc Greneche 20.1 Introduction 415 20.2 Mossbauer Characterization of Some Iron Phases Presented in the Rust Layers 416 20.3 Determining Inherent Properties of Rust Layers by Mossbauer Spectrometry 421 20.4 Final Remarks 426 Acknowledgments 426 References 426 Chapter 21 Application of Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Nanomagnetics 429 Lakshmi Nambakkat 21.1 Introduction 429 21.2 Spinel Ferrites 430 21.3 Nano Sized Fe-Al Alloys Synthesized by High Energy Ball Milling 441 21.4 Magnetic Thin Films/Multilayer Systems: 57 Fe/Al MLS 446 Conclusion 452 Acknowledgment 453 References 453 Chapter 22 Mossbauer Spectroscopy and Surface Analysis 455 Jose F Marco, J Ramon Gancedo, Matteo Monti and Juan de la Figuera 22.1 Introduction 455 22.2 The Physical Basis: How and Why Electrons Appear in Mossbauer Spectroscopy 456 22.3 Increasing Surface Sensitivity in Electron Mossbauer Spectroscopy 458 22.4 The Practical Way: Experimental Low Energy Electron Mossbauer Spectroscopy 460 22.5 Mossbauer Surface Imaging Techniques 465 22.6 Recent Surface Mossbauer Studies in an "ancient" Material: Fe 3 O 4 466 Acknowledgments 468 References 468 Chapter 23 57 Fe Mossbauer Spectroscopy in the Investigation of the Precipitation of Iron Oxides 470 Svetozar Musi , Mira Risti , and Stjepko Krehula 23.1 Introduction 470 23.2 Complexation of Iron Ions by Hydrolysis 470 23.3 Precipitation of Iron Oxides by Hydrolysis Reactions 472 23.4 Precipitation of Iron Oxides from Dense -FeOOH Suspensions 480 23.5 Precipitation and Properties of Some Other Iron Oxides 483 23.6 Influence of Cations on the Precipitation of Iron Oxides 490 Acknowledgment 496 References 497 Chapter 24 Ferrates (IV, V, and VI): Mossbauer Spectroscopy Characterization 505 Virender K Sharma, Yurii Perfiliev, Radek Zboril, Libor Machala, and Clive Wynter 24.1 Introduction 505 24.2 Spectroscopic Characterization 506 24.3 Mossbauer Spectroscopy Characterization 508 Acknowledgments 517 References 517 Chapter 25 Characterization of Dilute Iron-Doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnets by Mossbauer Spectrometry 521 Kiyoshi Nomura and Zoltan Nemeth 25.1 Introduction 521 25.2 Sample Preparations by sol-gel Method 523 25.3 X-ray Diffraction and EXAFS Analysis 523 25.4 Magnetic Properties 525 25.5 Mossbauer Analysis of YAG Doped with Dilute Iron 526 25.6 Micro-discharge Treatment of Iron Doped YAG 528 Conclusion 531 Acknowledgment 532 References 532 Part VI Industrial Applications 533 Chapter 26 Some Mossbauer Studies of Fe-As Based High Temperature Superconductors 535 Amar Nath and Airat Khasanov 26.1 Introduction 535 26.2 Experimental 535 26.3 Where Do the Injected Electrons Go? 537 26.4 New Electron-rich Species in Ni-doped Single Crystals: Is it Superconducting? 538 26.5 Can O 2 play an Important Role? 539 Acknowledgment 541 References 541 Chapter 27 Mossbauer Study of New Electrically Conductive Glass 542 Tetsuaki Nishida and Shiro Kubuki 27.1 Introduction 542 27.2 Structural Relaxation of Electrically Conductive Vanadate Glass 544 Acknowledgments 551 References 551 Chapter 28 Applications of Mossbauer Spectroscopy in the Study of Lithium Battery Materials 552 Ricardo Alcantara, Pedro Lavela, Carlos Perez Vicente, Jose L Tirado 28.1 Introduction 552 28.2 Cathode Materials for Li-ion Batteries 554 28.3 Anode Materials for Li-ion Batteries 556 Conclusions 561 Acknowledgment 561 References 562 Chapter 29 Mossbauer Spectroscopic Investigations of Novel Bimetal Catalysts for Preferential CO Oxidation in H 2 564 Wansheng Zhang, Junhu Wang, Kuo Liu, Jie Jin, and Tao Zhang 29.1 Introduction 564 29.2 Experimental Section 564 29.3 Results and Discussion 565 Conclusion 574 Acknowledgments 574 References 575 Chapter 30 The use of Mossbauer Spectroscopy in Coal Research-Is it Relevant or Not? 576 F B Waanders 30.1 Introduction 576 30.2 Experimental Procedures 577 30.3 Results and Discussion 578 Conclusions 590 References 591 Part VII Environmental Applications 593 Chapter 31 Water Purification and Characterization of Recycled Iron-Silicate Glass 595 Shiro Kubuki and Tetsuaki Nishida 31.1 Introduction 595 31.2 Property and Structure of Recycled Silicate Glasses 596 31.3 Summary 605 Reference 606 Chapter 32 Mossbauer Spectroscopy in the Study of Laterite Mineral Processing 608 Eamonn Devlin, Michail Samouhos, Charalabos Zografidis 32.1 Introduction 608 32.2 Conventional Processing 609 32.3 Microwave Processing 612 Reference 619 Index 621

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  • publication date: 10/12/2013
  • ISBN13: 9781118057247
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