Electron paramagnetic resonance : elementary theory and practical applications

@article{Weil1995ElectronPR,
  title={Electron paramagnetic resonance : elementary theory and practical applications},
  author={John A. Weil and James R Bolton and John E. Wertz and Harvey A. Buckmaster},
  journal={Physics Today},
  year={1995},
  volume={48},
  pages={71-72}
}
PREFACE. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 1 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE. 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Historical Perspective. 1.3 A Simple EPR Spectrometer. 1.4 Scope of the EPR Technique. 1.5 Energy Flow in Paramagnetic Systems. 1.6 Quantization of Angular Momenta. 1.7 Relation Between Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta. 1.8 Magnetic Field Quantities and Units. 1.9 Bulk Magnetic Properties. 1.10 Magnetic Energies and States. 1.11 Interaction of Magnetic Dipoles with Electromagnetic Radiation. 1.12… 
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