Iron-containing proteins and related analogs — complementary Mössbauer, EPR and magnetic susceptibility studies

@inproceedings{Trautwein1991IroncontainingPA,
  title={Iron-containing proteins and related analogs — complementary M{\"o}ssbauer, EPR and magnetic susceptibility studies},
  author={Alfred X. Trautwein and Eckhard Bill and Emile L Bominaar and Heiner Winkler},
  year={1991}
}
The three methods covered by this review — Mossbauer spectroscopy, electron paramagnetic resonance and magnetic susceptibility-provide a powerful set of tools for detailed studies of electronic structure and molecular magnetism of iron-containing proteins and related analogs. The interpretation of measured data is based on the spin-Hamiltonian concept which is described in detail. A short introduction to the principles of the three methods as well as a basic description of the spectrometers is… CONTINUE READING

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