Structural factors controlling the spin-spin exchange coupling: EPR spectroscopic studies of highly asymmetric trityl-nitroxide biradicals.

@article{Liu2013StructuralFC,
  title={Structural factors controlling the spin-spin exchange coupling: EPR spectroscopic studies of highly asymmetric trityl-nitroxide biradicals.},
  author={Yangping Liu and Frederick A. Villamena and Antal Rockenbauer and Yuguang Song and Jay L. Zweier},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={135 6},
  pages={2350-6}
}
Highly asymmetric exchange-coupled biradicals, e.g., the trityl-nitroxides (TNs), possess particular magnetic properties that have opened new possibilities for their application in biophysical, physicochemical, and biological studies. In the present work, we investigated the effect of the linker length on the spin-spin coupling interaction (J) in TN biradicals using the newly synthesized biradicals CT02-GT, CT02-AT, CT02-VT, and CT02-PPT as well as the previously reported biradicals TNN14 and… CONTINUE READING