Structural information from orientationally selective DEER spectroscopy.

  title={Structural information from orientationally selective DEER spectroscopy.},
  author={Janet E Lovett and Alice M. Bowen and Christiane R Timmel and Michael Williamson Jana Kesavan Daryl Jones and Jonathan R Dilworth and Domenico Caprotti and Stephen G Bell and Luet Lok Wong and Jeffrey Harmer},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  volume={11 31},
Double electron-electron resonance (DEER) spectroscopy can determine, from measurement of the dipolar interaction, the distance and orientation between two paramagnetic centres in systems lacking long-range order such as powders or frozen solution samples. In spin systems with considerable anisotropy, the microwave pulses excite only a fraction of the electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrum and the resulting orientation selection needs to be explicitly taken into account if a meaningful… CONTINUE READING

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