Pier Schurer

Pier Schurer
Pier Schurer
BSc, MSc, PhD, Professor
Sawyer Building, Room 4321
(613) 541-6000 ext 6416
(613) 541-6040
Department of Physics

College Address

Royal Military College of Canada
PO Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
K7K 7B4

Mossbauer Effect Spectroscopy (MES)

MES has been applied recently to study:

  • The hydrogenation of rare earth intermetallic compounds
  • Materials produced by the Molecular Beam Epitaxy technique
  • Lake sediments

MES is currently applied to study:

  • The anisotropy in magnetic hyperfine field at iron nuclei in single crystalline intermetallic compounds

Papers Published Recently

  • Emission Mossbauer spectroscopy study of the Fe3O4 (100) surface and Fe3O4/MgO(100) and Fe3O4/CoO interfaces. L. A. Kalev, P. J. Schurer, and L. Niesen. Phys. Rev. B 68, 165407 (2003)
  • Paleomagnetic Logs: a tool for dating Lake Erie's past. J. S. Mothersill and P. J. Schurer. Stud. Geophys. Geod., 47 289 (2003)
  • Hydrogenation of HoFe2. P. J. Schurer, B. Bennett and M. Evans. Hyperfine Interactions (C) 5 351 (2003).
  • Mossbauer investigation of the Fe/Cu interfaces in BCC Fe/Cu/Fe(001) structures. P. J. Schurer, B Scully, M. Kowaleski, B Heinrich. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 224, 65 (2001)


Comments or suggestions are welcomed at: bryce.bennett@rmc-cmr.ca

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