EPR Laboratory

Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is an important tool for the determination of molecular structure and dynamics. Presently, the Department maintains three cw EPR spectrometers (with X- and Q-band), a Bruker ESM, a Varian E-line spectrometer, and a Bruker ELEXSYS 500. In addition, the department has an ELEXSYS580 Pulsed DEER Bruker spectrometer.

The EPR spectrometers are maintained by the Cafiso and Columbus Laboratories. If you have questions about:

  • Bruker EMX contact Wei-Wei Kuo
    Instructions for the Bruker EMX
  • Varian and Bruker Q-band contact Brett Kroncke
  • Instructions for the Varian
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