ESR of CO 2 − in X-irradiated tooth enamel and A-type carbonated apatite

@article{Bacquet1981ESROC,
  title={ESR of CO 2 − in X-irradiated tooth enamel and A-type carbonated apatite},
  author={Gerard Bacquet and Vo Quang Truong and Matthieu Vignoles and J. C. Trombe and Gilbert Bonel},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={1981},
  volume={33},
  pages={105-109}
}
Using both low microwave power and weak magnetic field modulation, we have shown that the asymmetric signal arising in X-irradiated tooth enamel as well as in A-type carbonated apatite exposed to X-rays or to excited oxygen has an orthorhombic character and must be attributed to CO 2 − . Effectively, the mean values found for the three g-tensor components… CONTINUE READING