Biomedical EPR by Sandra S. Eaton

By Sandra S. Eaton

Pt. A. loose radicals, metals, drugs, and body structure -- Pt. B. method, instrumentation, and dynamics

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By Sandra S. Eaton

Pt. A. loose radicals, metals, drugs, and body structure -- Pt. B. method, instrumentation, and dynamics

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S. (1988) Solution of the nitroxide spin-label spectral overlap problem using pulse electron spin resonance. Biophys. J. 53, 525-531. , Feix, J. , and Hyde, J. S. (1990) Mapping of collision frequencies for stearic acid spin-labels by saturation-recovery electron paramagnetic resonance. Biophys. J. 58, 713720. , and Hyde, J. S. (1987) Lateral diffusion of lipids in membranes by pulse saturation recovery electron spin resonance. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 84, 964-968. , and Subczynski, W. K. (1996).

Using the measured resonant frequency and the calculated C (or L), L (or C) can be determined from Eq. (4). The calculated inductance (capacitance), together with the measured Q and can be used to calculate the resistance R. The resistance will be of the order of a few hundredths of an ohm for typical small LGRs. , 1993, 1994 and 1999b. Once one has calculated the resistance, R, and the inductance, L, then it is possible to estimate the per square root watt dissipated in the resonator. , 1999a) is the total magnetic flux in the loop of area A linearly polarized (total) component of magnetic field.

And Eaton, G. R. (2000a). Relaxation times of organic radicals and transition metal ions, Biol. Magn. Reson. 19, 29-154. Eaton, S. , and Eaton, G. R. (2000b). Determination of distances based on and Biol. Magn. Reson. 19, 347-381 Eaton, S. , Rinard, G. , Eaton, G. , and Weber, R. T. (2001) Frequency dependence of electron spin relaxation for three S=1/2 species doped into diamagnetic solid hosts, Appl. Magn. Reson. 20, 151-157. , Thomas, D. , Feix, J. , and Hyde, J. S. (1986). J. 50, 1195-1202.

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