EPR in the 21st Century

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Elsevier, 1 lug 2002 - 852 pagine
The Proceedings in this volume are a refereed selection of presentations from The Third Asia-Pacific EPR/ESR Symposium (APES'01), held in Kobe, Japan from October 29 to November 1, 2001. Participants from 20 countries from Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America presented 210 papers, of which 132 are included here.

These Proceedings are also a blueprint for development of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) / electron spin resonance (ESR) in the Asia-Pacific region in the 21st century. The Symposium reflected a variety of research fields developed over half a century and focuses especially on the most recent developments, such as high-field and high-frequency EPR, which are envisaged to be further developed and applied to various fields in the 21st century.

All sessions consisted of Plenary, Invited and Contributed presentations. The Plenary presentations aimed at summarizing the overall developments. Invited presentations, reviewing the most recent developments, and Contributed ones, dealing with original research recently carried out in the EPR/ESR area, were given in one of three parallel sessions. The unique research works presented cover various fields and reflect the existing diversity of applications of the EPR/ESR techniques.


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Materiais Sciences
Chemical Reactions
Environmental Sciences
Biology and Life Sciences
Medical Sciences
CrossDisciplinary and Methodology
High Frequency and High Field EPR
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Gertz Likhtenshtein has been full Professor at the Ben-Gurion University of Negev (Israel) and emerited 2003. Among his many awards are the Medal of the Exhibition of Economic Achievement, the Diploma of Discovery, the USSR State Price and the Diploma of the Israel Chemical Society. He is a member of the International ESR Society, the American Biophysical Society, the Israel Chemical Society and the Israel ESR Society.

Jun Yamauchi has emerited as full Professor from Kyoto University in 2006. He is a member of the Chemical Society of Japan, and the Society of Electron Spin Science and Technology.

Shin'ichi Nakatsuji is Professor of Organic and Materials Chemistry at the University of Hyogo. His major research topics are novel electron systems, Dye chemistry, organic magnetic materials and organic conductors. He is a member of the GDCh, ACS, and Chemical Society of Japan.

Rui Tamura is Professor at Kyoto University. His research areas include structural organic chemistry, physical organic chemistry and environmental chemistry, i.e. synthesis and reaction of nitro compounds and nitroxides.

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