This introductory text on transition ion electron paramagnetic resonance is intended for beginning graduate students in physics and chemistry. The phenomenon studied is an important tool for the identification and characterization of transition and metal ions. The author presents a new perspective that unifies the main features of field-swept EPR of anisotropic systems, and accounts for the origin of asymmetric line shapes, linewidth anisotropy, and strain broadening. A large number of spectra are shown, since familiarity with the shape of typical spectra is essential for the proper employment of this technique. A wide range of examples are also provided, including transition ions in crystals, glasses, semiconductors, phase transitions, proteins and other biological systems. In addition to its value as a text, this work is suitable for scientists in a variety of disciplines, as well as for anyone whose work involves the use of transition ion EPR techniques.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1990. Book Condition: Very Good. 738 pp., Hardcover, very good. Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # ZB1076267
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