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Since an electron's spin magnetic moment is constant approximately the Bohr magnetonthen the electron must have gained or lost angular momentum through spin—orbit coupling.
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Because the mechanisms of spin—orbit coupling are well understood, the magnitude of the change gives information about the nature of the atomic or molecular orbital containing the unpaired electron.
The principal axes of this tensor are determined by the local fields, for example, by the local atomic arrangement around the unpaired spin X ray photoelectron spectroscopy thesis a solid or in a molecule.
Choosing an appropriate coordinate system say, x,y,z allows one to "diagonalize" this tensor, thereby reducing the maximal number of its components from 9 to 3: Here Bx, By and Bz are the components of the magnetic field vector in the coordinate system x,y,z ; their magnitudes change as the field is rotated, so does the frequency of the resonance.
For a large ensemble of randomly oriented spins, the EPR spectrum consists of three peaks of characteristic shape at frequencies gxxB0, gyyB0 and gzzB0: Such situations are commonly observed in powders, and the spectra are therefore called "powder-pattern spectra". Greater complexity arises because the spin couples with nearby nuclear spins.
The magnitude of the coupling is proportional to the magnetic moment of the coupled nuclei and depends on the mechanism of the coupling.
Coupling is mediated by two processes, dipolar through space and isotropic through bond. This coupling introduces additional energy states and, in turn, multi-lined spectra. In such cases, the spacing between the EPR spectral lines indicates the degree of interaction between the unpaired electron and the perturbing nuclei.
The hyperfine coupling constant of a nucleus is directly related to the spectral line spacing and, in the simplest cases, is essentially the spacing itself. The former applies largely to the case of isotropic interactions independent of sample orientation in a magnetic field and the latter to the case of anisotropic interactions spectra dependent on sample orientation in a magnetic field.
The symbols "a" or "A" are used for isotropic hyperfine coupling constants, while "B" is usually employed for anisotropic hyperfine coupling constants. Simulated EPR spectrum of the CH3 radical The above can be extended to predict the number of lines for any number of nuclei.
While it is easy to predict the number of lines, the reverse problem, unraveling a complex multi-line EPR spectrum and assigning the various spacings to specific nuclei, is more difficult. Note again that the lines in this spectrum are first derivatives of absorptions.
A simulation of the observed EPR spectrum is shown at the right and agrees with the line prediction and the expected line intensities. Note that the smaller coupling constant smaller line spacing is due to the three methoxy hydrogens, while the larger coupling constant line spacing is from the two hydrogens bonded directly to the carbon atom bearing the unpaired electron.
It is often the case that coupling constants decrease in size with distance from a radical's unpaired electron, but there are some notable exceptions, such as the ethyl radical CH2CH3.
Resonance linewidth definition[ edit ] Resonance linewidths are defined in terms of the magnetic induction B and its corresponding units, and are measured along the x axis of an EPR spectrum, from a line's center to a chosen reference point of the line.
These defined widths are called halfwidths and possess some advantages:This thesis is devoted to improvement of the high-pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) technique and to investigation by means of this technique of the industrially important vanadium phosphorus oxide (VPO) catalyst for oxidation of n -butane to.
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