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    Keywords: Electronic books.
    Description / Table of Contents: Reflecting the growing volume of published work in this field, researchers will find this book an invaluable source of information on current methods and applications.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (302 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781847553539
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    Description / Table of Contents: Reflecting the growing volume of published work in this field, researchers will find this book an invaluable source of information on current methods and applications.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (347 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781847553546
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    La Vergne :Royal Society of Chemistry, The,
    Keywords: Electron paramagnetic resonance. ; Magnetic resonance. ; Electronic books.
    Description / Table of Contents: Reflecting the growing volume of published work in this field, researchers will find this book an invaluable source of information on current methods and applications.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (347 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781847553546
    Series Statement: Issn Series
    DDC: 543.0877
    Language: English
    Note: Electron paramagnetic resonance -- Contents -- Chapter 1 Biological Free Radicals -- 1 Introduction and Scope of Review -- 2 Metal Ions -- 2.1 Iron -- 2.2 Copper -- 2.3 Cobalt -- 2.4 Chromium -- 2.5 Other Metal Ions -- 3 Superoxide and Superoxide Dismutases -- 4 Peroxides -- 5 Ethanol -- 6 Halogenated Compounds -- 7 Thiols -- 8 Phenols and Quinones -- 9 Nitro and Nitroso Compounds -- 10 Amines and Related Species -- 11 Environmental and Atmospheric Pollutants -- 12 Oxidants Generated by Activated White Cells -- 13 Protein-derived Radicals -- 14 Nitric Oxide -- 15 Peroxynitrite -- 16 Photobiology -- 17 Ascorbyl Radical -- 17.1 Biochemical and In vivo Studies -- 17.2 Ex vivo, In vivo and Clinical Studies -- 18 Use of Nitrones as Inhibitors of Radical-mediated Biological Damage -- 18.1 Teratogenesis -- 18.2 Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury -- 18.3 Xenobiotics -- 19 Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury -- 19.1 Brain -- 19.2 Heart -- 19.3 Kidney -- 19.4 Liver -- 20 Assessment of Antioxidant Activity by Spin Trapping -- 21 Recent Developments in Spin Trapping Technology -- References -- Chapter 2 Recent EPR Studies on the Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centre -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Primary Electron Donor, P -- 2.1 The Electronic Structure of P+, Part I: Hyperfine Couplings -- 2.2 The Electronic Structure of P+, Part II: g-Tensor -- 2.3 The Primary Electron Donor Triplet State -- 3 The Intermediate Electron Acceptor, ΦA -- 4 Quinone Acceptors -- 5 Radical Pairs -- 5.1 The Primary Radical Pair, P+ΦA -- 5.2 The Secondary Radical Pair, P+QA- -- 5.2.1 Radical Pair EPR Spectra -- 5.2.2 Coherence Phenomena -- 6 Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 3 FT-EPR and Pulsed ENDOR Studies of Encapsulated Atoms and Ions -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Noble Gases inside Fullerenes -- 3 Endohedral Metallofullerenes (MF) -- 3.1 Mono-Metallofullerenes. , 3.2 Di- and Multi-Metallofullerenes -- 4 Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Fullerenes -- 5 Clusters in Fullerenes -- 6 Hydrogen in Silasesquioxane Cages -- 7 Outlook -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 4 EPR Imaging -- 1 Introduction -- 2 EPR Imaging Technique Development -- 2.1 PEDRI and Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) -- 2.2 Longitudinal Detection -- 2.3 Pulsed EPR Imaging -- 2.4 Force Microscopy -- 2.5 Gradients -- 2.6 Instrumentation for CW Imaging -- 2.7 Spin Probes -- 2.8 Image Reconstruction -- 2.9 Multi-component Spectra -- 2.10 Frequency Dependence of EPR Sensitivity -- 3 Applications -- 3.1 Diffusion -- 3.2 In vivo -- 3.3 Radiation-induced Radicals -- 3.4 Materials Science -- 3.5 Geology -- 4 Summary -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 5 Pulsed and Time-Resolved EPR Studies of Transient Radicals, Radical Pairs and Excited States in Photochemical Systems -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Radicals -- 2.1 The Mechanism of the Exchange Reaction in Short-lived Radical Pairs -- 2.2 Spin Polarization Mechanisms -- 2.2.1 The Spin-Orbit Coupling Mechanism or the Reversed Triplet Mechanism -- 2.2.2 The Radical Triplet Pair Mechanism -- 2.2.3 Electron Spin Polarization Transfer -- 2.2.4 The Radical Pair Mechanism -- 2.2.5 Anomalous Polarization -- 2.3 Dynamics and Reaction Mechanisms -- 3 Radical Pairs -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Time-Resolved EPR -- 3.3 Reaction Yield Detected Magnetic Resonance -- 3.3.1 Fluorescence Detected Magnetic Resonance -- 3.3.2 Transient Absorption Detected Magnetic Resonance -- 3.3.3 Photoconductivity Detected Magnetic Resonance -- 3.4 Radical Pairs in Electron Transfer Systems Involving Diad and Triad Structures -- 4 Excited States -- 4.1 Excited Triplet States -- 4.1.1 Triplets in Solution -- 4.1.2 Triplets in Novel Environments -- 4.1.3 New Experimental Methods -- 4.1.4 Triplets in the Solid State. , 4.2 Excited Multiplet States -- 4.2.1 History and Theory -- 4.2.2 The Two Dimensional Nutation Technique -- 4.2.3 Recent Progress -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 6 Progress in High Field EPR -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Techniques -- 2.1 High Field Spectrometers -- 2.2 Very High Field EPR -- 2.3 Sensitivity -- 2.4 Quasi-Optics -- 2.5 Magnet Systems -- 2.6 Sources -- 2.7 Detection Systems -- 2.8 Resonator Systems -- 2.8.1 Single-Mode Resonators -- 2.8.2 Fabry-Perot Systems -- 2.8.3 Non-Resonant Bucket Systems -- 2.8.4 Whispering Gallery Mode Resonators -- 2.9 Calibration of g-Factor -- 3 Applications -- 3.1 g-Factor Resolution -- 3.1.1 Radicals in Biological Systems -- 3.1.2 ESEEM and ENDOR -- 3.1.3 Dynamics and Spin Labels -- 3.1.4 Defect and Impurity Centres -- 3.2 Multi-electron Spin Systems -- 3.2.1 Radical Pairs -- 3.2.2 High-spin Metal Complexes -- 3.2.3 Dinuclear Complexes and Clusters -- 3.2.4 High-spin Transition Metal Ions in Biology -- 3.3 Correlated Electron and Other Related Systems -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7 EPR Spin-Labelling and Spin-Probe Studies of Self-assembled Systems -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Ionic Surfactants -- 2.1 Direct Micelles -- 2.1.1 Perfluorinated Surfactants -- 2.2 Reverse Micelles -- 3 Non-ionic Surfactants -- 3.1 Direct Micelles -- 3.2 Reverse Micelles -- 4 Electron Spin Echo Modulation (ESEM) Studies -- 5 Liquid Crystalline Phases -- 6 Self-Assembling Polymers -- 7 Surfactant-Polymer Interactions -- 8 Other EPR Techniques -- References -- Chapter 8 EPR and ENDOR of Metalloproteins -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Copper -- 2.1 'Blue' Copper Sites -- 2.2 Type 2 Copper Sites -- 2.3 Binuclear Sites and Multi-centred Copper Proteins -- 3 Iron -- 3.1 Non-Heme Iron Proteins -- 3.2 Heme Iron Proteins -- 3.3 Iron-Sulfur Proteins -- 4 Nickel -- 5 Molybdenum and Tungsten -- 6 Vanadium. , 7 Manganese -- 8 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Author Index.
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    La Vergne :Royal Society of Chemistry, The,
    Keywords: Electron paramagnetic resonance. ; Electronic books.
    Description / Table of Contents: Reflecting the growing volume of published work in this field, researchers will find this book an invaluable source of information on current methods and applications.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (302 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781847553539
    Series Statement: Issn Series
    DDC: 543.0877
    Language: English
    Note: ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE -- Contents -- Chapter 1 Biological Free Radicals -- 1 Introduction and Scope of Review -- 2 Metal Ions -- 2.1 Iron -- 2.2 Copper -- 2.3 Chromium -- 2.4 Other Metal Ions -- 3 Hydroperoxides -- 3.1 Alkyl/Aryl Hydroperoxides -- 3.2 Amino Acid, Protein and Nucleic Acid Hydroperoxides -- 4 Protein-derived Radicals -- 5 Veratyl Alcohol -- 6 Beta-amyloid Protein -- 7 Ozone -- 8 Nitric Oxide -- 9 Peroxynitrite(ONOO‾) -- 10 Asbestos, Mineral Fibres and Diesel Particles -- 11 Cigarette Smoke -- 12 Paraquat -- 13 Halogenated Compounds -- 14 Ethanol -- 15 Retinoic Acid -- 16 Quinones -- 17 Phenols and Related Compounds -- 18 Thiols, Disulfides and Related Compounds -- 19 Ascorbate -- 19.1 Clinical Studies -- 19.2 Animal Studies -- 19.3 In Vitro Studies -- 20 Toxins -- 21 Hydroxylamines and Hydrazines -- 22 Diazonium and Tetrazolium Compounds -- 23 Nitro Compounds and Nitrogen Heterocycles -- 24 Photochemistry -- 24.1 UV-generated Radicals -- 24.2 Radical Generation from Exogenous Photosensitisers -- 24.3 Other Photochemical Studies -- 25 Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury -- 25.1 Heart and Vasculature -- 25.2 Brain -- 25.3 Liver, Kidney and Other Organs -- 26 Radiation Dosimetry -- 27 Spin Trap Artifacts and Misassignments -- References -- Chapter 2 Time-resolved Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies in Organic Photochemistry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Mechanisms of CIDEP -- 3 Theoretical Developments -- 4 TREPR Experiments -- 4.1 The TR (CW) EPR Experiment -- 4.2 TREPR at Multiple Microwave Frequencies -- 4.3 Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance (ODMR) -- 4.3.1 RYDMR -- 4.3.2 FDMR -- 4.3.3 ADMR -- 4.4 Quantum Beats -- 4.5 Fourier Transform EPR -- 5 Applications in Organic Photochemistry -- 5.1 Fullerenes -- 5.2 Photosynthetic Model Systems -- 5.3 Radical Pairs in Micelles -- References. , Chapter 3 Radiation Damage to DNA and Related Biomolecules -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Scope of this Report -- 1.2 Significance of the Field of Research -- 1.3 Symbols Used -- 2 DNA Constituents -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Pyrimidines -- 2.2.1 Single Crystal Studies -- 2.2.2 Frozen Aqueous Solutions and Glasses -- 2.3 Purines -- 2.3.1 Single Crystals -- 2.3.2 Glasses -- 2.4 Mixed Crystal Systems -- 2.5 Multi-base Investigations -- 2.5.1 Frozen Aqueous Solutions and Glasses -- 2.5.2 Peroxyl and Sulfoxyl Radicals -- 3 DNA, Polynucleotides and Oligonucleotides -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.1.1 Symbols for DNA Radicals -- 3.1.2 The Direct, Quasi-direct and Indirect Effects -- 3.2 Radical Yields in DNA -- 3.2.1 Radical Distributions at Low Temperatures -- 3.2.2 Deconvolution of Complex Spectra: Important Confirmatory Results -- 3.2.3 Where are the Sugar Radicals in Irradiated DNA? -- 3.2.4 Evidence for Sugar Radicals in High LET Irradiated DNA -- 3.2.5 Recombination: An Important Fundamental Process in Radiation Damage to DNA -- 3.3 Radical Transfer in DNA -- 3.3.1 Electron Transfer Distances in DNA -- 3.3.2 Hole Transfer from the DNA Hydration Layer: Yields of Hydroxyl Radicals -- 3.4 DNA-Thiol Systems -- 3.5 Irreversible Protonation of Electron-gain Centers in DNA -- 3.6 Radiation Damage to DNA by Heavy-ion Beams -- 3.7 Spin Trapping of DNA Intermediates -- 3.8 New Techniques -- References -- Chapter 4 Spin-trapping: Recent Developments and Applications -- 1 Introduction -- 2 New Spin-traps -- 2.1 New Nitrones -- 2.2 New Isotopically-labelled Spin-traps -- 3 Applications in Organic Solvents -- 3.1 Spontaneous Formation of Spin Adducts -- 3.1.1 Inverted Spin-trapping -- 3.1.2 Other Mechanisms -- 3.2 Spin-trapping of Various Radicals -- 3.3 Miscellaneous -- 4 Applications in Aqueous Solutions -- 4.1 Superoxide -- 4.2 Hydroxyl Radical -- 5 Trapping of Nitric Oxide. , 6 Miscellaneous -- References -- Chapter 5 EPR and ENDOR Studies of Metalloproteins -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Copper -- 2.1 'Blue'Copper Sites -- 2.2 Type 2 Copper Sites -- 2.3 Binuclear Sites and Multi-centered Copper Proteins -- 3 Iron -- 3.1 Non-heme Iron Proteins -- 3.2 Heme-Iron Proteins -- 3.3 Iron-Sulfur Proteins -- 4 Nickel -- 5 Molybdenum and Tungsten -- 6 Vanadium -- 7 Manganese -- 8 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 6 Pulsed ESR of Microporous and Mesoporous Oxide Materials -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Organic Radicals -- 3 Transition Metal Ions -- 3.1 Cu(II) Systems -- 3.2 Ni(I) Systems -- 3.3 Pd(I) Systems -- 3.4 Fe(III) Systems -- 3.5 Mn(II) Systems -- 3.6 Ti(III) Systems -- 3.7 Cr(V), Mo(V) and V(IV) Systems -- 3.8 Paramagnetic Silver Clusters -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 7 Advanced EPR in Millimetre Bands and Very High Fields -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Techniques -- 3 Applications -- 3.1 Molecular Structure Studies -- 3.1.1 Single-electron Spin Systems -- 3.1.2 Multi-electron Spin Systems -- 3.2 Molecular Mobility Studies -- 4 High-field Low-temperature Effects -- 5 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 8 Electron Transfer Kinetics Studied by EPR/ESR and Related Methods -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Bibliography -- 3 Marcus Theory of Electron Transfer Reactions in Solution -- 4 Intermolecular Electron Transfer Rate Constants from EPR Measurements -- 4.1 Time-resolved EPR at Constant Magnetic Field -- 4.2 Dynamic ESR Line-broadening Measurements -- 4.2.1 Homogeneous Electron Self-exchange Reactions -- 4.2.2 Degenerate Intramolecular Electron Exchange Reactions -- 4.3 Electron Self-exchange Rates from Other Magnetic Resonance Methods -- 4.3.1 Fluorescence-detected Magnetic Resonance Measurements -- 4.3.2 Time-resolved CIDNP and CIDEP Measurements -- 4.3.3 FT-EPR Measurements. , 4.3.4 RYDMR and MARY Methods -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Author Index.
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