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Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) or electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy is a technique for studying chemical species that have one or more unpaired electrons, such as organic and inorganic free radicals or inorganic complexes possessing a transition metal ion.
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Equipment
The world’s first commercial mm-wave 263 GHz EPR spectrometer provides multiple turn-key operation modes including, CW-, Pulse-EPR, ENDOR- and ELDOR, enabling routine operation in Very High Frequency EPR.
Biomedical research by EPR imaging is a rapidly growing area of research. Our response to this development is the introduction of a 2nd generation EPR molecular imaging system. Based on the proven ELEXSYS architecture, this instrument operates at 1 GHz and provides the seamless integration of imaging techniques into EPR spectroscopy.
The ELEXSYS family of EPR spectrometers now includes two W-band systems, the E600 and E680. The former is optimized for CW-EPR experiments at 94 GHz, while the E680 operates in both CW- and FT-mode. These high-class research instruments provide a maximum in performance and flexibility while still being easy to operate.
The X-Band ELEXSYS-II instruments are equipped with the SuperX feature and the new signal processing unit (SPU). SuperX comprises a selected high-power, ultra-low-noise Dual Gunn source, and the super-high-Q cavity.