Electron magnetic resonance in the time domain has been greatly facilitated by
the introduction of novel resonance structures and better computational tools, such
as the increasingly widespread use of density-matrix formalism. This second volume
in our series, devoted both to instrumentation and computation, addresses applications
and advances in the analysis of spin relaxation time measurements.
Computational and Instrumental Methods in EPR is devoted to both instrumentation and computation aspects of EPR, while addressing applications such as spin relaxation time measurements. However, this is the first comprehensive volume to offer practical, non-invasive spectroscopic methods of analyzing the rheology of biopolymers: comparative studies of polymer fluidity using traditional methods (e.g. viscosity) and nuclear magnetic resonance.