Nuclear Resonant Scattering

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    Nuclear resonant scattering is a technique that uses synchrotron radiation to gain information about the hyperfine structure of atomic energy levels. Due to the sharp nuclear energy levels, the excited states are relatively long-lived, which allows the resonant photons to be distinguished from other effects like fluorescence. The high spectral density, coherent beams and possibility of pulsed operation makes synchrotron radiation the perfect radiation source for these kinds of experiments.

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