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Structure and selected ESR lineshapes of the spin probe TEMPOL in water.

By Debamalya Banerjee (305305), Shrivalli N. Bhat (305306), Subray V. Bhat (305307) and Dino Leporini (305308)


<p>Left: slowly cooled bulk water (SC protocol). Right: quenched and slowly re-heated bulk water at the indicated temperature (QRW protocol). The QRW sample contains ice with higher polycrystallinity. Note that the SC sample at 210 K exhibits narrower lines than QRW sample at K, i.e. TEMPOL is rotating faster in SC water. The H-bonding of TEMPOL with water is shown in the top of the the right panel. Owing to the very weak ESR signal from TEMPOL in the SC sample at K, a small spurious signal from the quartz capillary used is observed at G.</p

Topics: Physics, Chemistry, esr, lineshapes, probe, tempol
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0044382.g002
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