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Observation of nuclear gamma resonance with superconducting tunnel junction detectors
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Fe source for this detector (Figure S2) and pulse height spectrum measured with the57
Co source for bigger (150 μm) detector and the Rh foil scatterer (Figure S3) in the logarithmic scale for a higher energy diapason than in Figure 3(a)
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Nb-based superconducting tunnel junctiondetectors have been used for the registration of electrons following a nuclear gamma resonance (Mössbauer effect). Electrons were produced by a RhFe scatterer under irradiation by the 57Co(Rh) Mössbauer source. This observation demonstrates the role which can be played by superconducting tunnel junctiondetectors in the field of conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy and other types of electron spectroscopy.
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