Endor studies of organic radicals in liquid crystals

@article{Dinse1971EndorSO,
  title={Endor studies of organic radicals in liquid crystals},
  author={K. Dinse and R. Biehl and K. M{\"o}bius and H. Haustein},
  journal={Chemical Physics Letters},
  year={1971},
  volume={12},
  pages={399-402}
}
Abstract In the liquid crystal “Phase IV” which exhibits its nematic range between 16 and 76 °C ENDOR spectra of perinaphthenyl and tri- t -butylphenoxyl radicals could be recorded. It is demonstrated that the combined use of the ENDOR and liquid crystal methods yeilds valuable structural information. 
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