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Ivan Shcherba1, 2*, Maria Sacharevych2, Nazar Savyckyj2, Vikor Antonov3 and Bohdan Jatcyk4

Affiliation(s)

1. Institute of Technology, Pedagogical University, Podchoranzych Str. 2, 30-084 Krakow, Poland 2. Department of X-ray Metal Physics, Ivan Franko National University, Kyryla & Mefodiya Str. 8, 79-005 Lviv, Ukraine 3. Institute of Physics of Metals, NASU, Vernadkyj Str. 36, 52-141 Kyiv, Ukraine 4. Department of Physics, University of Forestry and Wood Technology, 79-009 Lviv, Ukraine

ABSTRACT

The valence band electronic structure of a compound with the HfFe2S2 crystal lattice type has been established for the first time based on X-ray emission spectroscopy measurements. Band structure and theoretical spectra of X-ray emission bands of atoms located in non-equivalent crystallographic positions are calculated by means of the LMTO method in non-relativistic approximation. A satisfactory agreement between theoretical and experimental data is achieved.57Fe Mossbauer absorption measurements confirm iron atoms occupying non-equivalent positions in the crystal lattice.

KEYWORDS

Mossbauer spectroscopy, X-ray spectroscopy, electronic band structure, intermetallics.

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