Electron Spin Resonance - ESR (EPR) Unit

Equipment/facility: Facility

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    The BIU EPR center is equipped with the state of the art instrumentation.

    The equipment that we have for electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) or electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy, can provide the resources necessary for contemporary research of paramagnetic metals (i.e.: Cu(II), Mn(II/III/IV), Fe(II/III) etc'), organic radicals, Oxygen and Nitroxide radicals in biology research, oxidative stress, antioxidants, bioinorganic complexes, changes in structure of paramagnetic electrode, identification and structure of paramagnetic nano particles, comparing size of nano particles, protein having paramagnetic atoms and structural biology.

    The EPR research centre allows a number of groups from Chemistry, Physics and Biology from BIU in which several research projects are being performed.

    More information:

    Prof. Sharon Ruthstein
    Dr. Ronit Lavi


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