Results and Discussion
In 2009 Jeschke, G. et al. proved that it is, in principle, possible to extract inter-spin angles of small triradicals with not too complex structures by fitting a geometry model to the experimental two-spin and three-spin contribution . For more complex molecules, e.g. proteins, however it might not be possible to fit the experimental data with a simple geometry model. Therefore, a way of extracting the angular information from the higher-order terms of the experimental DEER signal has to be found.
KeywordsAttenuation Expense Nitroxide
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