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Endor and Eseem Study of the Radical Obtained By γ Irradiation of a Single Crystal of Ammonium Tartrate

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The radical obtained by γ irradiation of a single crystal of ammonium tartrate has been identified by paramagnetic resonance spectroscopies. The proton hyperfine coupling tensors have been obtained from the angular dependence of the ENDOR transition frequencies. ESEEM spectra of the radical have been also obtained. The intensities of the ESEEM lines are related to the depth of the modulation, which has a dramatic angular dependence.

Affiliations: 1: Dipartimento di Chimica Fisica, università di Padova, Via Loredan 2, 35131 - Padova, Italy; 2: Dipartimento di Chimica, università di Modena, Italy

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2017-12-15

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