spin resonance

spin resonance

[′spin ‚rez·ən·əns]
(physics)
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Tenders are invited for Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometer
com/science/article/pii/1040618289900104) electron spin resonance dating , which is a similar technique but in this case the measurements are made on teeth.
This volume explains aspects of spin dynamics and spin resonance phenomena in molecular science.
The tooth enamel was irradiated with gamma rays and the resulting free radicals were measured using an electron spin resonance (ESR) X-band spectrometer.
He explains the structure and function of the skin, free radicals and how they damage biological systems, the skin's endogenous antioxidant network, the effects of solar radiation on the skin, lipid peroxidation and free radicals and their measurement, antioxidant assays, electron spin resonance, treatment of the skin with antioxidants and their efficacy, and antioxidants used in formulations, their physical/chemical properties, and references to analytical and efficacy studies that substantiate their performance and effectiveness.
The new dating - using three technologies (electron spin resonance, uranium series isotopic analysis and infrared luminescence dating) - establishes the mandible as the easternmost European fossil of its age, sharing far more in common with African and Asian fossils than with contemporary examples from western Europe.
We apologize to our readers and the antropology Javier Andres Sandoval Andrade because in the Vol 15 Issue 2 year 2011 in the Earth Science Research Journal (ESRJ) published the article entitled "Quaternary dating by electron spin resonance (ESR) applied to human tooth enamel" which there is an incorrect footnote in the Figure 1 as it is not quoted from (Groot, 1992), but it is taken from the undergraduate thesis entitled DATACION DE RESTOS HUMANOS PREHISPANICOS A TRAVES DE ESMALTE DENTAL USANDO RESONANCIA PARAMAGNETICA ELECTRONICA (EPR) (2010).
Measurement of UV Initiated Free Radical Generation in Skin Substitutes by Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy," Ian Tooley, Ph.
Using Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy, DuPont has developed highly sensitive methods for detecting the metal chelating and radical scavenging activity of plant extracts.
This is normally called electron spin resonance; with antimatter we call it positron spin resonance," says Mike Hayden, professor of physics at Simon Fraser University and an ALPHA team member.
EMR, also known as electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and as electron spin resonance (ESR), was first introduced more than 60 years ago, developed simultaneously but independently in Russia and England.
They consider such topics as the non-equilibrium magnetism of single-domain particles for characterizing magnetic nanomaterials, site disorder and finite size effects in rare-earth manganites, processing and the properties of thin manganite films, studying magnetic properties of semiconductors and nanomaterials by different theoretical methods, obtaining magnetic and electric information on organic systems using electron spin resonance, and the orbital dilution effect in the Mott insulating system.