New Approaches in Time-Domain E S R for the Study of Molecular Structures
Electron Spin Resonance is one of the major spectroscopic techniques to study paramagnetic species. In addition to the classical ESR approach, a number of elegant experimental concepts have been developed in recent years. In particular ENDOR and electron spin echo techniques have proven to be exceedingly useful methods for measuring small hyperfine couplings and nuclear quadrupolar interactions.
PACS numbers33.35.-q 33.40.-e 76.70.-r 76.30.-v
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