Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: A Practitioner's Toolkit serves as a practical guide that enables you to navigate through and make sense of the complex maze of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy fundamentals, techniques, and applications. The first half of this book is dedicated to explaining the core principles of EPR spectroscopy, using clear, easy-to-follow explanations and examples while avoiding complex physics and mathematics. The second half of the book focuses on applications, including problem-solving strategies for such fields as biology, medicine, material science, chemistry, physics, and radiation effects on matter.
Carefully edited by two experienced EPR scientists, this book features a team of eighteen expert authors. Their contributions are based not only on a thorough examination and analysis of the primary literature, but also on their own firsthand experience in research and applications. As a result, the book is filled with practical advice, tips, and cautions addressing such issues as:
Choosing the right experiment
Selecting experimental parameters and sample size
Avoiding setbacks and pitfalls
Simulating the spectra
With its straightforward explanations and clear examples, this book is just what researchers need to take full advantage of EPR spectroscopy's tremendous capabilities. It is particularly recommended for those interested in applications to chemistry, biology, medicine, and material science.
Keywords: Analytical Chemistry