Design of system for Transient EPR spectroscopy
Institute of Physical Engineering
Transient EPR Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (EPR) is an EPR method by which photo-excitatory paramagnetic features as molecular multiple states or radicals can be investigated. The method provides kinetic information in a time of a few nanoseconds about relaxation photo excited states. The aim of this work is to design a sample holder for transient EPR spectroscopy and the implementation of laser radiation on the sample. It will be focused on subsequent implementation of trEPR into the already existing system of Terahertz High Speed Scanning Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrometer (THz-FRaScan EPR). The main part of the thesis will deal with the introduction of optical fiber into the existing EPR concept and the subsequent testing of the whole assembly.
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