SPring-8 Users Community (SPRUC)

Research Group:

Nuclear Resonant Scattering

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Contact:
  Yoshitaka Yoda
  1-1-1 Kouto, Sayo, Hyogo, Japan 679-5198
  Telephone : +81-791-58-0802 (PHS: 3939)
  yoda(at)spring8.or.jp

Research Area:

Biomolecules, Fundamental Characterization, Applied Materials, Measurements

Beamline:

BL09XU, BL10XU, BL11XU, BL19LXU, BL35XU

Overview of Research Group, Goals and Purposes:

Nulear resonant scattering is X-ray scattering via nuclear level which has unique features such as extremely narrow energy width, isotope specific character and available local information surrounding the probed isotope. It is used in the following techniques.

  1. Synchrotron Mössbauer spectroscopy: Electronic states (Valance•magnetic order•Coordination etc.)
  2. Nuclear inelastic scattering/Nuclear vibrational spectroscopy: Vibrational states(Partial PDOS•Sound velocity•Coordination etc.)
  3. Quasi-elastic scattering using nuclear resonant scattering: Dynamics (Q: 1 - 100 nm-1, ω: nsec - sub-μsec)
  4. Nuclear excitation

In the research group, we promote the nuclear resonant scattering activities by the user presentations and user communications. We also encourage new users and contribute to the SPring-8 and beamline upgrade with a future plan.

In 2019, It is proposed from the SPring-8 facility that the current nuclear resonant scattering activities at BL09XU will be moved to BL35XU. We keep close communication with the SPring-8 facility to realize the great upgrade for many users.


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