The principal goal of the Rome group is studying crystalline materials, especially minerals: MS information (Fe oxidation state, Fe3+/Fetot ratios, Fe ions ordination number, Fe atoms aggregation state) is used together with stmchlral and chemical data collected on the same single-phase material to retrieve the topochemical model and to explain the physical properties. Outstanding materials shldied so far are: nahlral and synthetic spinels, natural borosilicates (tourmaline and axinite), natural amphiboles (especially fibres), natural and synthetic zeolites, but also obsidian, pumice, day and other heterogeneous materials.

DELLA VENTURA, G., Redhammer, G.j., Iezzi, G., Pedrazzi, G., Bellatreccia, F., Oberti, R., et al. (2008). Mössbauer research at University Roma Tre. MOSSBAUER EFFECT REFERENCE AND DATA JOURNAL, 31, 124-125.

Mössbauer research at University Roma Tre

DELLA VENTURA, Giancarlo;BELLATRECCIA, FABIO;
2008-01-01

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The principal goal of the Rome group is studying crystalline materials, especially minerals: MS information (Fe oxidation state, Fe3+/Fetot ratios, Fe ions ordination number, Fe atoms aggregation state) is used together with stmchlral and chemical data collected on the same single-phase material to retrieve the topochemical model and to explain the physical properties. Outstanding materials shldied so far are: nahlral and synthetic spinels, natural borosilicates (tourmaline and axinite), natural amphiboles (especially fibres), natural and synthetic zeolites, but also obsidian, pumice, day and other heterogeneous materials.
DELLA VENTURA, G., Redhammer, G.j., Iezzi, G., Pedrazzi, G., Bellatreccia, F., Oberti, R., et al. (2008). Mössbauer research at University Roma Tre. MOSSBAUER EFFECT REFERENCE AND DATA JOURNAL, 31, 124-125.
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