Centre of Magnetic Resonance (CMR)
The Centre of Magnetic Resonance joins research groups from the three Grade 5 schools of Physics, Chemistry and Biology in St Andrews and research groups in Dundee, all working in the fields of liquid- or solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP), Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), Muon Spin Rotation (mSR), or Computational Magnetic Resonance. The aim of the CMR is to provide a platform for an exchange of ideas, to stimulate discussion, and to strengthen cooperations, research, and grant applications.
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(2018-01-28) - Journal articleOrientation selective (OS) RIDME and PELDOR were conducted on a low-spin CoII complex coordinated by two nitroxide (NO) labelled 2,2':6',2''-terpyridine ligands. Co-NO RIDME at W- and Q-band gave insight into the relative ...
(2018) - Journal articlePulse dipolar electron paramagnetic resonance (PD-EPR) has become a powerful tool for structural biology determining distances on the nanometre scale. Recent advances in hardware, methodology, and data analysis have widened ...
(2017-11-30) - Journal articleOne key challenge hindering the valorization of lignin is its structural complexity. Artificial lignin-like materials provide a stepping stone between the simplicity of model compounds and the complexity of lignin. Here, ...
(2017-11-07) - Journal articlePulse EPR is being applied to ever more complex biological systems comprising multiple subunits. Membrane channel proteins are of great interest as pulse EPR reports on functionally significant but distinct conformational ...
Correction : Assessing dimerisation degree and cooperativity in a biomimetic small-molecule model by pulsed EPR (2015-10-28) - Journal itemCorrection for ‘Assessing dimerisation degree and cooperativity in a biomimetic small-molecule model by pulsed EPR’ by K. Ackermann et al., Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 5257–5260.