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A Minimal Cavity and Its Capacitive Coupling for in Vivo Epr Measurements On Mice

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A very simple ring resonator for in vivo L-band EPR spectroscopy was built and characterised. It employs a special capacitive coupling that allows measurents to be made on large biological samples which are not possible with other resonators. In spite of its intrinsic low Q it has a sensitivity almost equivalent to that obtained from high Q resonators. These features were tested down to a nitroxide concentration of 10 μM in high conductivity phantoms.

Affiliations: 1: Dept. of Biological Sciences and Technologies, University of L 'Aquila, Via Vetoio, Coppito, 67010 L 'Aquila, ITALY

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2017-08-16

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