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
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.ca

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