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STDBII, a Database for Storing, Retrieving and Analyzing Spin Trapping Data On an IBM or Macintosh Personal Computer

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We have designed a database to facilitate searching the vast amount of data on spin trapping and have implemented it on a personal computer. The database files contain information that is deemed to be vital for most spin trapping applications, including molecular formulae of trapped radicals, hyperfine splitting constants (hfsc), a terse summary of experimental details and full bibliography. Kinetic data and NoH values (hfsc of N atom over hfsc of H atom) will be added in the upcoming version. In order to reach the widest audience, the database has been designed so that hardware requirements are kept to a minimum. We thus chose ASCII format over graphics in storing the information. The accompanying program provides a 'friendly' interface for data retrieval. There are interesting side benefits from using STDBII for spin adduct identification. We have demonstrated that there is good correlation between hfsc and spin adducts and that the NoH parameter is characteristic of the type of radical, especially when considered in conjunction with the hfsc. In addition to spin adduct identification, STDBII also serves as a channel for publishing (or retracting published) spin trapping parameters. The STDBII database is available from the authors upon request.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences P.O. Box 12233, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 USA


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