SURFACES, INTERFACES, THIN FILMS, NANOSTRUCTURES
- Haraldur Gunnlaugsson (Aarhus University)
Mr Yoshida YUTAKA
We developed a mapping technique for 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy using a Multi-Capillary X-ray lens (MCX or Soejima-Kumakhov lens), which provided a space resolution down to 50m [1, 2]. There are, however, strong demands to study sub-micrometer-scale structures in materials science. Presently, we are challenging to improve the space resolution using a Fresnel-Zone Plate (FZP), which is known...
Prof. Alexander Panich (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Inorganic nanostructures reveal a number of applications in electronics, magnetic recording, as low-friction and nano-bio materials. However, our knowledge about properties of inorganic nanomaterials is still limited. Quadrupolar perturbed NMR is an excellent tool in studying the local site symmetry, chemical bonding and electronic structure of inorganic nano-particles comprising quadrupole...