electronic paramagnetic resonance spectrometer / laboratory / high-sensitivity / digital
ELEXSYS-II E560 Bruker BioSpin

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    electronic paramagnetic resonance

  • Field:

    laboratory

  • Other characteristics:

    high-sensitivity, digital

Description

ENDOR (Electron Nuclear DOuble Resonance), is an extremely valuable technique and can greatly simplify very complicated EPR spectra. Further, the resolution is enhanced with ENDOR if an EPR spectrum appears structureless due to inhomogeneous broadening.

The ELEXSYS DICE-II ENDOR systems provide the sound basis for state-of-the-art ENDOR spectroscopy by virtue of the DICE technology. DICE is the abbreviation for Digitally Computed Excitation offering FM, AM, FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) or field modulation and utilizing the Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) concept for the E560D-P Pulsed ENDOR accessory.


CW-ENDOR, TRIPLE, EIE with the ELEXSYS E560D DICE-II
Thanks to the FSK concept of the DICE-II system, even very high RF modulation amplitudes become accessible which is especially useful for broad ENDOR signals. EIE (ENDOR-induced EPR) and the optionally (special and general) TRIPLE further aid you in resolving complicated mixtures of spectra.

With ELEXSYS’ Xepr software, the acquisition of ENDOR, TRIPLE and EIE spectra becomes very easy, because all necessary parameters of the EPR and ENDOR experiment are linked to one another.