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1.1 What is ESR Spectroscopy?
1.2 The ESR Experiment
1.2.1 Sensitivity
1.2.2 Saturation
1.2.3 Nuclear Hyperfine Interaction
1.3 Operation of an ESR Spectrometer
1.4 Optimization of Operating Parameters8
1.4.1 Microwave Frequency
1.4.2 Microwave Power
1.4.3 Center Field, Sweep Width and Field Offset
1.4.4 Sweep Time
1.4.5 Modulation Frequency
1.4.6 Second Harmonic Detection
1.4.7 Modulation Amplitude
1.4.8 Modulation Phase
1.4.9 Signal Gain
1.4.10 Filter Time Constant
1.5 Applications of ESR Spectroscopy
1.5.1 Electronic Structure Determination
1.5.2 Analytical Applications
1.5.3 Determination of Rates
2.1 Isotropic ESR Spectra
2.1.1 Line Positions in Isotropic Spectra
2.1.2 Hyperfine Coupling Patterns
2.1.3 Second-order Splittings
2.1.4 Spin Hamiltonian Parameters from Spectra
2.2 Interpretation of Isotropic Parameters
2.3 Line Widths in Isotropic Spectra
2.3.1 Incomplete Averaging of Anisotropies
2.3.2 Rates of Fluxionality from Line Widths
2.4 Organic Radical Reactions
2.5 Analysis of Isotropic ESR Spectra
2.5.1 Preliminary Examination of the Spectrum
2.5.2 What do you Expect to See?
2.5.4 An Example
2.5.6 Computation of Multiplet Intensity Ratios
2.5.7 Multiplet Patterns due to Isotopomers
2.5.8 Second-order Shifts in Line Positions
2.6 Related Techniques (ENDOR)
3.1 Second-order Effects on Line Positions
3.2 Understanding the Variation in Line Widths
3.3 Puzzling Line Shapes
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Solid-state ESR Spectra
4.2.1 Spectra of Dilute Single Crystals
4.2.2 Analysis of Frozen Solution Spectra
4.3 Interpretation of the g-Matrix
4.4 Interpretation of the Hyperfine Matrix
4.5 Organometallic Examples
4.5.1 A Low-spin Manganese(II) Complex
4.5.2 Some Cobalt(0) Radical Anions
4.6 Organic Examples of Solid-state ESR Spectra
4.6.1 Irradiated Single Crystal of Glycylglycine
4.7 Non-coincident Matrix Axes
4.7.1 Symmetry Considerations
4.8.1 A Chromium Nitrosyl Complex
4.8.2 Iron Pentacarbonyl Ions
4.8.3 Another Low-spin Manganese(II) Complex
4.8.4 Chromium(I) Piano-stool Complex
4.8.5 [(RCCR0)Co2(CO)6]À and [SFeCo2(CO)9]À
4.8.6 (o-Xylylene)-Mn(dmpe)2
4.8.7 Cobalt Dithiolene Complexes
4.9 ‘‘g-Strain’’
5.1 Bloch’s Phenomenological Model
5.1.1 Derivation of the Bloch Equations
5.1.2 Steady-state Solution
5.2 Chemical Exchange – The Modified Bloch Equations
5.3 Further Discussion of Line Shapes
5.4 Applications of the Modified Bloch Equations
5.5 Alternating Line Width Effects
5.6 Spin Labels
6.1 Biradicals
6.1.1 Exchange Coupling
6.2.1 Organic Triplet State Molecules
6.3 Transition Metal Complexes with S41/2
6.3.1 Spin–Orbit Coupling
6.3.2 High-spin Transition Metal Ions
6.3.3 Examples: K3Cr(CN)6 and K4V(CN)6
7.1.1 The Electron Zeeman Term
7.1.2 Nuclear Hyperfine Interaction
7.1.4 Example Application of these Results
A2.1 High Frequency ESR
A2.2 Double Resonance
A2.3 Pulsed Methods
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