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Nuclear resonant forward scattering (NFS) of synchrotron radiation represents Mossbauer spectroscopy in the time domain. This new technique complements the conventional nuclear resonance absorption, e.g. Mossbauer spectroscopy in the energy domain, by supplying highly brilliant, polarized, collimated and timed radiation. In NFS the hyperfine interaction of coherently excited nuclei manifests itself as quantum beats, i.e. as modulation of the time-dependent intensity of the transmitteddoi:10.1351/pac199870040917 fatcat:cdwaft6xjrhatnfrisifbblylq