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"Bioradicals detected by ESR spectroscopy" is a term which encompasses paramagnetic species in biological systems, such as active oxygen radicals and transition metal ions. Research on the structures and functions of bioradicals have attracted attention in the biological sciences, resulting in a demand for studies which allow researchers from many fields to understand the importance of these species. ESR spectroscopy is of interest to interdisciplinary research and is applied in many fields, ranging from physics and chemistry to biology and medicine. ESR technologies of multiquantum ESR, STM-ESR and open-space ESR, several ESR imaging techniques, spin trapping and methods in "in vivo" spin trapping are all described and discussed in this volume. In addition, it demonstrates the applications of ESR in food and medical sciences (the estimation and characterization of the antioxidant ability of foods and food components, and the elucidation of the underlying chemical mechanisms).
Birkhauser Verlag AG
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