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Theoretical Aspects of Chemically Induced Magnetic Polarization

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The role of theory in guiding and simplifying interpretation of electron spin resonance experiments on photochemical and other reactions involving free radical intermediates is surveyed. Emphasis is on models which provide a physical picture as well as quantitative estimates for such phenomena as the radical pair mechanism of chemically induced electron spin polarization (CIDEP), the closely related process of spin exchange during radical-radical encounters, and spin lattice relaxation. Some specific topics discussed are: 1) an improved quantitative model of STo CIDEP combining an initial stage of polarization development followed partial loss of this polarization to spin

Affiliations: 1: Applied Physics Laboratory The Johns Hopkins Universitya'b Laurel, Maryland 20723, USA, Department of Chemistry Queen's University Kingston K7L 3N6, Canada


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