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Principles of pulse electron paramagnetic resonance

Author: A Schweiger; Gunnar Jeschke
Publisher: Oxford, UK ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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This text explains the foundations of pulse EPR, a field of spectroscopy which has now come of age and has found widespread application in investigations of structure, dynamics, and function of  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: A Schweiger; Gunnar Jeschke
ISBN: 0198506341 9780198506348
OCLC Number: 46928780
Description: xxvi, 578 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1.1 Scope of pulse EPR 1 --
1.2 A short history of pulse EPR 2 --
1.3 Examples of applications 8 --
2 Classical Description 16 --
2.1 Resonance phenomenon 16 --
2.2 Vector picture for pulse EPR experiments 20 --
2.3 Relaxation and the Bloch equations 22 --
3 Spin Hamiltonian 26 --
3.1 Static spin Hamiltonian 26 --
3.2 Oscillatory Hamiltonian 35 --
3.3 Inhomogeneity in spin systems 39 --
3.4 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of spin Hamiltonians 41 --
3.5 Model system for pulse EPR and ENDOR experiments 58 --
4 Density Operators and Their Evolution 67 --
4.1 Quantum mechanical description of the state of a spin system 67 --
4.2 Quantum mechanical description of the time evolution of spin systems 72 --
4.3 Initial state of the spin system 89 --
5 Spectral Analysis 93 --
5.1 Signal in time-domain spectroscopy 93 --
5.2 Methods for signal analysis 106 --
6 Manipulation of Electron and Nuclear Spins 121 --
6.1 Manipulating spin states and Hamiltonians 121 --
6.2 Tools 138 --
6.3 Building blocks for the generation, transfer and detection of polarization and coherence 151 --
6.4 Polarization transfer experiments 152 --
6.5 Electron coherence transfer experiments 158 --
6.6 Nuclear coherence transfer experiments 162 --
7 Two-Level Dynamics 175 --
7.1 Free induction decays 175 --
7.2 Electron spin echoes 181 --
7.3 Transient signals under microwave irradiation 199 --
7.4 Physics of transient signal detection 204 --
8 Relaxation and Related Phenomena 208 --
8.1 Relaxation processes 208 --
8.2 Basics of relaxation studies 217 --
8.3 Measurement of longitudinal relaxation times 223 --
8.4 Measurement of transverse relaxation times 226 --
8.5 Measurement of rotating-frame relaxation times 230 --
8.6 Nuclear spin relaxation 230 --
9 Fourier Transform EPR 233 --
9.1 Basics of Fourier transform EPR 233 --
9.2 Transient FT EPR 236 --
9.3 Two-dimensional FT EPR 239 --
10 Nuclear Modulation Effect I: Basic Experiments 247 --
10.1 Two-pulse ESEEM and general ESEEM theory 247 --
10.2 Three-pulse ESEEM 274 --
10.3 Hyscore 284 --
11 Nuclear Modulation Effect II: Advanced Methods 296 --
11.1 Deadtime and blind-spot free ESEEM methods 296 --
11.2 ESEEM experiments with improved sensitivity 305 --
11.3 Soft ESEEM 315 --
11.4 Nuclear coherence-transfer experiments in one dimension 320 --
11.5 Nuclear coherence-transfer experiments in two dimensions 327 --
11.6 Hole-burning experiments 339 --
11.7 Extended-time excitation experiments 344 --
11.8 Special two-dimensional experiments 351 --
12 Pulse Endor 359 --
12.2 ENDOR experiments based on polarization transfers 360 --
12.3 Coherence-transfer ENDOR 384 --
12.4 Time-domain ENDOR 390 --
12.5 Hyperfine-correlated ENDOR spectroscopy 397 --
13 Pulse Eldor and Related Experiments 406 --
13.1 Two-frequency versus field-step ELDOR 406 --
13.2 Polarization-transfer ELDOR 407 --
13.3 Measurement of electron-electron couplings 410 --
14 Transient Nutation Techniques 426 --
14.1 Parameter extraction from nutation frequencies 426 --
14.2 Experimental techniques 431 --
15 Field-Swept EPR Experiments in One and Two Dimensions 443 --
15.1 One-dimensional experiments 443 --
15.2 Two-dimensional experiments 452 --
16.1 EPR imaging and other spatially resolved techniques 469 --
16.2 Linear electric field effect 474 --
16.3 Multiple photon resonance in pulse EPR 475 --
16.4 Self-induced transparency 478 --
16.5 Dark resonance and electromagnetically induced transparency 479 --
16.6 EPR with stochastic excitation 481 --
16.7 Alternative detection schemes 482 --
17 Multi-Frequency EPR 490 --
17.1 Choice of the optimum EPR frequency 490 --
17.2 High-frequency EPR 495 --
18 Application Aspects 501 --
18.1 EPR parameters and aspects of structure and dynamics 501 --
18.2 Experimentalr strategies for obtaining EPR parameters 510.
Responsibility: Arthur Schweiger and Gunnar Jeschke.
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