Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals
We have proposed determination procedure of the relative amounts of rust constituents of steel. Mossbauer spectroscopy provides the relative amounts of crystalline rust constituents including ultra-fine crystals. A quantitative analysis of ultra-fine crystals is possible with the resolution of several percent by comparing the Mossbauer results with the relative amounts of rust constituents determined by X-ray diffraction spectroscopy.
Original Publication Citation
Yamashita, M., Misawa, T., Townsend, H. E., & Cook, D. C. (2000). Quantitative analysis of ultra-fine goethite in rust layer on steel using Mossbauer and x-ray diffraction spectroscopy. Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals, 64(1), 77-78. doi:10.2320/jinstmet1952.64.1_77
Yamashita, Masato; Misawa, Toshihei; Townsend, H. E.; and Cook, D. C., "Quantitative Analysis of Ultra-Fine Goethite in Rust Layer on Steel Using Mossbauer and X-Ray Diffraction Spectroscopy" (2000). Physics Faculty Publications. 215.