Chem 560 Research Tools and Special Topics
Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy
Instructor: Robin Hicks
Content: Fundamental aspects of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR; also known as electron spin resonance, ESR) spectroscopy. Theoretical foundations, instrumental aspects, interpretation of EPR spectra of organic compounds.
Delivery: 6-7 hours of lectures, either in 60 or 90 minute lecture slots. Exact timing will be by consultation with students who have signed up for this module, but will likely be in late morning or early afternoon.
Assessment: A 1-hour written examination.
© JS McIndoe, Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria.