By John A. Weil, James R. Bolton(auth.)
This booklet offers an creation to the underlying conception, basics, and functions of EPR spectroscopy, in addition to new advancements within the sector. wisdom of the subjects provided will permit the reader to interpret of a variety of EPR spectra, in addition to aid them to use EPR thoughts to challenge fixing in quite a lot of components: natural, inorganic, organic, and analytical chemistry; chemical physics, geophysics, and minerology.
- Includes up-to-date info on excessive frequency and multi-frequency EPR, pulsed microwave options and spectra research, dynamic results, rest phenomena, computer-based spectra simulation, biomedical features of EPR, and extra
- Equips readers with adequate wisdom of EPR strategies to head on of their really expert niche
- Provides challenge units and concise bibliographies on the finish of every bankruptcy, plus a number of instructional appendices on issues like mathematical operations, quantum mechanics of angular momentum, experimental issues.
Chapter 1 simple rules of Paramagnetic Resonance (pages 1–35):
Chapter 2 Magnetic interplay among debris (pages 36–57):
Chapter three Isotropic Hyperfine results in EPR Spectra (pages 58–84):
Chapter four Zeeman strength (g) Anisotropy (pages 85–117):
Chapter five Hyperfine (A) Anisotropy (pages 118–157):
Chapter 6 structures With multiple Unpaired Electron (pages 158–207):
Chapter 7 Paramagnetic Species within the gasoline section (pages 208–224):
Chapter eight Transition?Group Ions (pages 225–252):
Chapter nine the translation of EPR Parameters (pages 253–300):
Chapter 10 leisure occasions, Linewidths and Spin Kinetic Phenomena (pages 301–356):
Chapter eleven Non?Continuous Excitation of Spins (pages 357–384):
Chapter 12 Double?Resonance ideas (pages 385–413):
Chapter thirteen different themes (pages 414–421):
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