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) - 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 ...
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