Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: Elementary Theory and Practical ApplicationsThis book provides an introduction to the underlying theory, fundamentals, and applications of EPR spectroscopy, as well as new developments in the area. Knowledge of the topics presented will allow the reader to interpret of a wide range of EPR spectra, as well as help them to apply EPR techniques to problem solving in a wide range of areas: organic, inorganic, biological, and analytical chemistry; chemical physics, geophysics, and minerology.

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Contents
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2 MAGNETIC INTERACTION BETWEEN PARTICLES  36 
3 ISOTROPIC HYPERFINE EFFECTS IN EPR SPECTRA  58 
4 ZEEMAN ENERGY g ANISOTROPY  85 
5 HYPERFINE A ANISOTROPY  118 
6 SYSTEMS WITH MORE THAN ONE UNPAIRED ELECTRON  158 
7 PARAMAGNETIC SPECIES IN THE GAS PHASE  208 
8 TRANSITIONGROUP IONS  225 
APPENDIX A MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS  422 
APPENDIX B QUANTUM MECHANICS OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM  455 
APPENDIX C THE HYDROGEN ATOM AND SELECTED RADICALS RHn  484 
APPENDIX D PHOTONS  505 
APPENDIX E INSTRUMENTATION AND TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE  512 
APPENDIX F EXPERIMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS  537 
APPENDIX G EPRRELATED BOOKS AND SELECTED CHAPTERS  567 
APPENDIX H FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS CONVERSION FACTORS AND KEY DATA  577 
9 THE INTERPRETATION OF EPR PARAMETERS  253 
10 RELAXATION TIMES LINEWIDTHS AND SPIN KINETIC PHENOMENA  301 
11 NONCONTINUOUS EXCITATION OF SPINS  357 
12 DOUBLERESONANCE TECHNIQUES  385 
13 OTHER TOPICS  414 
APPENDIX I MISCELLANEOUS GUIDELINES  588 
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Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: Elementary Theory and Practical Applications John A. Weil,James R. Bolton No preview available  2007 
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: Elementary Theory and Practical Applications John A. Weil,James R. Bolton No preview available  2007 
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