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Electron Spin Resonance and Electron Nuclear Double Resonance Spectroscopy: Application to the Study of Trapped Electrons
Volume 34, Number 3 (June 1980) Page 293-295
Box, Harold C.; Freund, Harold G.
V band electron spin resonance-ENDOR spectroscopy has been applied to the study of "trapped" electrons in single crystals of polyhydroxy and carbohydrate compounds X-irradiated at low temperature. Evidence is presented from ENDOR measurements of hydroxy proton couplings that electrons are stabilized at intermolecular sites. The electron can be stabilized in the dipole fields of two or three hydroxy groups.