Handbook of Electron Spin Resonance: Data Sources, Computer Technology, Relaxation, and ENDOR, Volume 1

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Charles P. Poole, Horacio A. Farach
American Institute of Physics, 1994 - Science - 660 pages
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Market: Physicists, chemists, biochemists, and biologists. Here's the first book to gather the vast range of experimental data in electron spin resonance (ESR) into a single volume. Concise yet comprehensive, it offers an easy-to-use collection of up-to-date experimental data, methods, and theory. The Handbook includes key contributions from leading scientists and provides over 200 tables and figures. Although specific ESR subfields are covered in numerous books and journals, the Handbook of Electron Spin Resonance is the only comprehensive reference to present extensive tabulation of data and experimental results. The Handbook also provides introductions to theoretical backgrounds, methods, and instrumentation.

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Contents

DATA SOURCES
1
CHAPTER n COMPUTER TECHNIQUES
27
RELAXATION BACKGROUND
51
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Charles P. Poole, Jr., Ph.D., is professor emeritus in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of South Carolina. He is the author or coauthor of a dozen books, including "Superconductivity and Introduction to Renormalization Group Methods," He has taught qualifying examination preparation courses for more than two decades.

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