EPR Spectroscopy in Chemistry and Biology
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 August 2022) | Viewed by 20231
Interests: electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR); double electron-electron resonance (DEER); hyperfine spectroscopy; metal ions; bioinorganic chemistry
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Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR or synonymously ESR) has proven to be a spectroscopic technique of great significance in understanding structural elements in chemical and biological organizations. Particularly, EPR-based distance measurements and hyperfine spectroscopic techniques together with traditional continuous-wave EPR (cw-EPR) can offer, respectively, a plethora of long (2–8 nm) and short (<1 nm) range structural information which is challenging to obtain with other techniques.
This Special Issue is devoted to EPR applications in Chemistry and Biology, as well as to relevant methodological developments, facilitated by improved hardware, new pulse sequences, and new EPR spin labels.
Dr. Angeliki Giannoulis
Dr. Dinar Abdullin
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- electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR/ESR)
- chemical model systems
- structural biology
- distance measurements
- double electron–electron resonance (DEER/PELDOR)
- continuous-wave EPR (cw-EPR)
- hyperfine spectroscopy
- paramagnetic metal ions
- spin labels
- pulse sequences
- arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) units