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of certain Biosystems, such as erythrocytes, which have evolved from EPR measurements.
The applications sections are also of interest from the standpoint of the detailed characterization of certain Biosystems, such as erythrocytes, which have evolved from EPR measurements.
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1. Introduction 2. The Phenomenon of Magnetic Resonance: Theoretical Considerations 3. Experimental Considerations: Instrumentation and Methodology 4. Applications of EPR and Advanced EPR Techniques to the Study of Protein 5. The Applications of EPR Spectroscopy to Lipid Membranes 6. The Applications of EPR Techniques to the Study of DNA.
Larry R. Dalton, Department of Chemistry University of Southern California Los Angeles, California. Boca Raton London New York. Philosophically, applications are divided into the study of systems containing naturally occurring paramagnetic centers and those that are naturally diamagnetic but which have been labeled by a spin-containing probe. The latter type of study is well suited to the systematic application to a great many biological problems and thus will receive much attention.
Applications in Biology and Biochemistry
Applications in Biology and Biochemistry. Advanced EPR will interest biophysicists, physical biochemists, EPR spectroscopists and others who will value the extensive treatment of pulsed EPR techniques, the discussion of new developments in EPR instrumentation, and the integration of theory and experimental details as applied to problems in biology and biochemistry. ESEEM and LEFE of Metalloproteins and Model Compounds (. 3. Multifrequency ESEEM: Perspectives and Applications (.
Author of EPR and Advanced EPR Studies of Biological Systems (1985); Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Organic Solid State.
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science. Author of EPR and Advanced EPR Studies of Biological Systems (1985); Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Organic Solid State. Materials (1994); Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of.
Two recent books, EPR and Advanced EPR Studies of Biological Systems (Dalton, 1985) and Advanced EPR: Applications in Biology and Biochemistry (Hoff, 1989), treat more advanced concepts and time-domain EPR. View. By steadily improving the solubility and processability through utilization of derivitization and precursor routes we have been able to form the first optical quality films of a ladder polymer and have achieved high resolution characterization of optical nonlinearity in these materials.
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