Grant to establish Australia's first high-field pulse electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) facility

Sunday 20 November 2016
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Murray Badger (PS) is part of a team who won an ARC LIEF (Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities) grant to establish Australia's first high-field pulse electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) facility. EPR is a powerful technique to study chemical, biological and materials systems. It represents a sensitive, non-invasive, site-selective spectroscopy for the analysis of both molecular and macroscopic properties. This facility will allow the further development and implementation of new multidimensional pulse EPR techniques, enabling domestic and international collaborations with diverse applications in structural biology, solvation science and catalysis.

The project is led by The Australian National University, with $650,000 in funding.

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