Author : Ali Noor, Hussen
journal of kerbala university,
Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 149-157
The electron paramagnetic resonance(EPR) method is successfully used for diagnostics of the material properties and of the processes involving unpaired electrons. The paper presents an analysis of new potentialities in the development of the EPR method, as applied to the pyrolytic decomposition processes of carbon-containing materials, and of peculiarities in the paramagnetic properties formation of a pyrolysis product.
A considerable widening of the scope of EPR spectroscopy both in research and in the applied problems solving has been observed since the development of compact specialized EPR analyzers, characterized by high metrological potentialities due to the abandoned functional redundancy of the conventional multi-purpose EPR spectrometers and owing to the use of modern microwave elements, microwave engineering as a whole, and a new structure of the basic analyzer units.