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Principles and Applications of ESR Spectroscopy

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ISBN-10: 1402053436

ISBN-13: 9781402053436

Edition: 2011

Authors: Anders Lund, Masaru Shiotani, Shigetaka Shimada

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Principles and Applications of Electron Spin Resonance aims to provide the principles of continuous wave and pulsed ESR techniques and to illustrate the applications at a level that is accessible to MSc and Ph.D. students as well as to scientists in physical chemistry/chemical physics, catalysis and environmental sciences, free radical chemistry in bio-chemistry and medicine, materials science, radiation dosimetry and dating, and radiation physics and chemistry. The methods of continuous wave and pulsed ESR techniques are presented starting at a level requiring little previous knowledge of the underlying physical principles, which are carefully outlined in introductory chapters. The…    
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Book details

List price: $155.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Springer London, Limited
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 461
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.738

Principles: Principles of ESR: Physical basis of ESR/ History of ESR and its applications
Zeeman effect: Interaction between electronic spin and magnetic field
Hyperfine structure: Interaction between electron and nuclear spins
Fine structure: Interaction between electron spins
Spin Hamiltonians
ESR parameters and molecular information
Multi-resonance and pulsed ESR: Introduction
Pulsed ESRPulsed Multi-Resonance
Analysis of ESR spectra: ESR line shape for the rigid state
ESR line shape for the motional state
The triplet state
Pulsed ESRComputer assisted analysis
Multi-Frequency and high Field ESR
Special Techniques: Time Resolved ESR: Excited state chemistry and chemical reactions
ESR imaging
In vivo spectroscopy
Applications of Esr: Applications to Molecular Science: Matrix isolation ESR
adical cations: Structure and reactions.-Radical anions: Structure and reactions
Radical pairs
High spin molecules
Applications to Catalysis and Environmental Science: Surface probing: Nitric oxide interactions with metal ions in zeolites
Molecular motion probes: Radicals in zeolites
Photo-catalysis: Titania
Environment control: Radicals in soil and aerosols
Applications to Life Science: Spin trapping
Spin labelling
In vivo applications
Applications to Materials Science: Conducting organic and polymer systems
Carbons and silicons: Fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and silicon clathrates
Paramagnetic centres in solids
Quantitative ESR: Dosimetry
Pyrolysis: Polycarbosilanes