NEW in Chemical Physics, IFM.
Motional Dynamics by Pulsed EPR.
If you think that you can help us to improve our ESEEM simulations by including rotational dynamics.
Figure: Comparison of experimental (dashed lines and points) with computed (lines) powder-ESEEM spectra of deuteriated naphthalen at 28 K in a rigid matrix.
It is important to understand how the motion affects such spectra. We have already done this improvement in other systems and succeeded rather well.
We have very good quality experimental spectra of benzene in zeolites, for example.
We cannot obtain good consistency between theory and experiment if we do not include the rotation of the benzen ring on the zeolite surface.
Are you good in programming in C++ or any other computer language like Fortran?
Are you curious to check if the quantum mechanics you learned can abe applied to study things that you cannot even see by microscope?
For further information, please, contact: Nikolas Plutarch Benetis tel. 28-2472
or look for more details in SPIN AND MOTIONAL DYNAMICS
in our home page under Chemical