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Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
edited by Laboratory Physicist Dean Hudek
•Use microwaves to induce and detect electron paramagnetic resonance.
•Become familiar with a waveguide spectrometer and phase-sensitive detection.
•Measure the gyromagnetic ratio and transverse relaxation time of the nearly-free electrons in DPPH.
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Modern Physics
- Atomic Physics
= Electron Properties
= Resonance Radiation
Quantum Physics
- Quantum Experiments
- Upper Undergraduate
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Paramagnetic resonance, electron resonance
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Metadata instance created August 3, 2011 by Dean Hudek
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