The Facility is open for Phase 1 but we are awaiting a new source.
The Facility will be operating at partial capacity, but should provide the support needed for the level of research in Phase 1. Email NMR staff (email@example.com) if you have questions about procedures as stated above, or experience problems on the instruments.
Mössbauer spectroscopy is used to characterize the nuclear structure of iron (Iron 57) containing compounds. It is unique in its sensitivity to subtle changes in chemical environment, including changes in oxidation state, effects of different ligands, and the magnetic environment of the sample. It is based on the Mössbauer effect which describes the recoilless emission and absorption of gamma rays in strongly bound nuclei found in crystalline solids.