## Interpretation of complex EPR spectraPublished for the United States Dept. of Agriculture, and the National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., by Amerind Pub. Co., 1985 - Science - 249 pages |

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analysis of EPR angle anisotropic hyperfine approximation atoms axial axis broadening calculated characteristic function characteristic points Chem coefficients coincide complex components correlation function corresponding cos2 described determined distribution electron spin energy levels EPR spectra equation Euler angles example experimental spectrum expression external magnetic field field H formula Fourier transform free radicals frequency g-factor g-tensor Gaussian function given Hamiltonian hyperfine interaction hyperfine interaction constants hyperfine interaction tensors hyperfine structure constants individual line intensity isotropic Khimii Lebedev line shape line width Lorentz function Lorentz line magnetic field matrix nuclear spin nuclear Zeeman interaction nuclei observed obtained orbital orientation paramagnetic centers perturbation theory Phys polycrystalline samples possible principal axes radical pairs resonance field rotation secular equation sin2 single crystal solution spin-Hamiltonian splitting symmetrical system of coordinates theoretical spectrum tion transitions triaxial anisotropy triplet unpaired electrons unresolved hyperfine structure vector Ya.S zero