EPR in the 21st CenturyBy
- Asako Kawamori
- Jun Yamauchi
- Hitoshi Ohta
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.
for all those studying the fundamentals of EPR/ESR as well as those who apply EPR/ESR in their work, particularly in materials science, environmental science, biology and life sciences, medical sciences and the earth sciences.
Hardbound, 852 Pages
Published: July 2002
- Selected papers are from a selection from the 132 chapters included. Physics and Magnetism. Recent developments in low-temperature ESR in quantum antiferromagnetic chains (Masaki Oshikawa). Continuous wave and pulsed EPR spectroscopy of paramagnetic ions in some fluoride, silicate and metaphosphate glasses (S.C. Drew, J. R. Pilbrow).Spin solitons in the alternate charge polarization background of MMX chains (Makoto Kuwabara et al.).Microwave radiation from magnetostatic mode in high power FMR (Michinobu Mino et al.).Slow dynamics in chaotic magnon system (Jiang Cai et al.).
Materials Sciences.ESR and ENDOR spectroscopy of solitons and polarons in conjugated polymers (Shin-ichi Kuroda).ESR study of deoxygenated high-temperature superconductors and their constituents (R. J. Singh et al.).Temperature dependence of paramagnetic resonance in pure and doped ferrihydrite nanoparticles (A. Punnoose, M.S. Seehra). Structural elucidation of vacuum deposited films of titanyl phthalocyanine by EPR (Hiroyuki Kaji, Yuhei Shimoyama).The nature of coduction ESR linewidth temperature dependence in graphite (A.M. Ziatdinov, V.V. Kainara). Location of dangling bonds in ELA poly-Si (H. Furuta et al.).ESR studies of BEDT-TTF organic conductors containing supramolecular assemblies (Y. Oshima et al.).
Chemical Reactions.Time-resolved EPR studies of excited states: some old and some new stories (Noboru Hirota).Pulsed-ESR investigations of the photo-excited triplet state of naphthalene (Kunio Taguma et al.).Spin labeling study of polymer chain motion in PEG/PVP blend (Shiming Chen et al.).EPR and UV-VIS studies on the influence of solute-solvent interaction on the self-redox reaction of bis (dithiophosphato) copper(II)(N.D. Yordanov, K. Ranguelova).
Environmental Sciences.In vivo and ex vivo EPR spectroscopy and imaging of endogenously produced nitric oxide under physiological and pathophysiological conditions (Tetsuhiko Yoshimura, Naoki Kato).Molecular-electronic mechanism of the toxicity of Dioxin and ability of some natural structures to concurrently interact to inhibit its activity (Nguyen Van Tri et al.).
Biology and Life Sciences.Kinetic EPR study on reactions of vitamin E radicals (Zhihua Chen et al.).EPR studies on free radical generation by the reaction of methylglyoxal with amino acids and protein (Hyung-Soon Yim et al.). EPR monitoring on the quality of life (N.D. Yordanov et al.).Magnetic resonance studies on ascorbate binding to albumin (E. Lozinsky et al.).Electron magnetic resonance study on the effect of radioactive radiation on the photosynthesis of chlorophyll in lipid bilayers (Y. S. Kang et al.).
Medical Sciences.Advances in the spin labeling method (L.J. Berliner).Electron paramagnetic resonance in medicine (R. Saifoutdinov).Non-invasive analysis of stress-induced gastric ulcer in rats (K. Yasukawa, H. Utsumi). Possible production of hydroxyl free radical in the gastric legion of nitroso carcinogen-administrated rats (T. Mikuni et al.).
Geology.EPR and optical absorption spectroscopy on minerals (B.J. Reddy et al.).Spectral studies of divalent copper in antlerite mineral (R. Rama Subba Reddy et al.).
Dosimetry.EPR dose reconstruction in teeth: Fundamentals, applications, problems and perspectives (A.A. Romanyukha, D.A. Schaure). ESR dating applications in archaeology and earth sciences (R. Grün). ESR and NMR dosimetry (O. Baffa et al.).Retrospective EPR-dosimetry in Semipalatinsk nuclear test site region (S. Pivovarov et al.).Determination of total ionizing radiation dose on animals from west Kazakhstan by EPR method (R.N. Nasirov et al.).
Cross-Disciplinary and Methodology.Pulsed ESR double resonance (PELDOR) spectroscopy:Application to spin-labeled peptides (Y.D. Tsvetkov, A.D. Milov).Ferroelectric resonators for EPR spectrometers at 35, 65 and 125 GHz (I.N. Geifman, I.S. Golovina).Detection of the internal electric field and relaxational magnetoelectric effect in chromium mesogen (N.E. Domracheva et al.).
High Frequency and High Field EPR.Modern ESR methods in the study of proteins and membranes (J.H. Freed).High-frequency single-crystal EPR application to multifrequency approach: Study of metalloproteins (S.K. Misra).High frequency ESR on quantum spin systems by using single shotand repeating pulsed fields (H. Nojiri).Millimeter wave ESR measurement of diamond chain substance azurite (Tomohisa Kamikawa et al.).ESR spectrometer using frequency tunable gyrotrons as a radiation source (Seitaro Mitsudo et al.).High-frequency (W-band) EPR studies of biological samples (Koichi Fukui et al.).