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Loop-Gap Resonators

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Lumped-circuit resonators known as loop-gap resonators (LGR) have many advantages for EPR measurements for frequencies at or below X-band. This chapter introduces principles that underlie the design and use of LGR’s and provides practical guidance concerning theiruse.

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  • Electron Spin Resonance
  • Filling Factor
  • Cavity Resonator
  • Magnetic Field Modulation
  • High Filling Factor

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Rinard, G.A., Eaton, G.R. (2005). Loop-Gap Resonators. In: Eaton, S.R., Eaton, G.R., Berliner, L.J. (eds) Biomedical EPR, Part B: Methodology, Instrumentation, and Dynamics. Biological Magnetic Resonance, vol 24/B. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48533-8_2

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