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DG Rancourt
Former Professor of Physics, University of Ottawa
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Voigt-based methods for arbitrary-shape static hyperfine parameter distributions in Mössbauer spectroscopy
DG Rancourt, JY Ping
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 1991
7091991
Iron-oxide crystallinity increases during soil redox oscillations
A Thompson, OA Chadwick, DG Rancourt, J Chorover
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (7), 1710-1727, 2006
4172006
Recoil-Mössbauer spectral analysis software for Windows
K Lagarec, DG Rancourt
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 1998
377*1998
Nanogoethite is the dominant reactive oxyhydroxide phase in lake and marine sediments
C van der Zee, DR Roberts, DG Rancourt, CP Slomp
Geology 31 (11), 993-996, 2003
3402003
Extended Voigt-based analytic lineshape method for determining N-dimensional correlated hyperfine parameter distributions in Mössbauer spectroscopy
K Lagarec, DG Rancourt
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 1997
2051997
Iron solid-phase differentiation along a redox gradient in basaltic soils
A Thompson, DG Rancourt, OA Chadwick, J Chorover
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (1), 119-133, 2011
1742011
Interplay of surface conditions, particle size, stoichiometry, cell parameters, and magnetism in synthetic hematite-like materials
MZ Dang, DG Rancourt, JE Dutrizac, G Lamarche, R Provencher
Hyperfine Interactions 117, 271-319, 1998
1681998
Factors controlling long-term phosphorus efflux from lake sediments: Exploratory reactive-transport modeling
S Katsev, I Tsandev, I L'Heureux, DG Rancourt
Chemical Geology 234 (1-2), 127-147, 2006
1622006
Accurate site populations from Mössbauer spectroscopy
DG Rancourt
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 1989
1621989
Mössbauer absorber thicknesses for accurate site populations in Fe-bearing minerals
DG Rancourt, AM McDonald, AE Lalonde, JY Ping
American Mineralogist 78 (1-2), 1-7, 1993
1611993
Mineralogy of a natural As-rich hydrous ferric oxide coprecipitate formed by mixing of hydrothermal fluid and seawater: Implications regarding surface complexation and color …
DG Rancourt, D Fortin, T Pichler, PJ Thibaul, G Lamarche, RV Morris, ...
American Mineralogist 86 (7-8), 834-851, 2001
1442001
Constraints on structural models of ferrihydrite as a nanocrystalline material
DG Rancourt, JF Meunier
American Mineralogist 93 (8-9), 1412-1417, 2008
1302008
Reversible surface-sorption-induced electron-transfer oxidation of Fe (II) at reactive sites on a synthetic clay mineral
A Géhin, JM Greneche, C Tournassat, J Brendle, DG Rancourt, L Charlet
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (4), 863-876, 2007
1052007
Mössbauer spectroscopy in clay science
DG Rancourt
Hyperfine interactions 117 (1), 3-38, 1998
1041998
Mössbauer spectroscopy of minerals: I. Inadequacy of Lorentzian-line doublets in fitting spectra arising from quadrupole splitting distributions
DG Rancourt
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 21, 244-249, 1994
1001994
Mössbauer spectroscopy of minerals: II. Problem of resolving cis and trans octahedral Fe2+ sites
DG Rancourt
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 21, 250-257, 1994
1001994
Mössbauer spectroscopy of tetrahedral Fe3+ in trioctahedral micas
DG Rancourt, MZ Dang, AE Lalonde
American Mineralogist 77 (1-2), 34-43, 1992
981992
Simultaneous magnetic and chemical order-disorder phenomena in Fe 3 Ni, FeNi, and FeNi 3
MZ Dang, DG Rancourt
Physical Review B 53 (5), 2291, 1996
951996
Low-spin γ-Fe Ni (γLS) proposed as a new mineral in Fe Ni-bearing meteorites: epitaxial intergrowth of γLS and tetrataenite as a possible equilibrium state at∼ 20–40 at% Ni
DG Rancourt, RB Scorzelli
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 150 (1), 30-36, 1995
951995
Mössbauer spectroscopy of minerals: III. Octahedral-site Fe2+ quadrupole splitting distributions in the phlogopite-annite series
DG Rancourt, JY Ping, RG Berman
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 21, 258-267, 1994
941994
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