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000078307 245__ $$aMolecular dynamics of Gd(III) complexes in aqueous solution by HF EPR
000078307 269__ $$a2004
000078307 260__ $$bPlenum Press$$c2004$$aNew York
000078307 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000078307 490__ $$aBiological Magnetic Resonance$$v22
000078307 520__ $$aThe study of electron spin relaxation in aqueous Gd(III) complexes is the source of new insights into the physics and chemistry of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agents. The coupling of the seven unpaired electrons of the Gd(III) ion with the surrounding water protons observed in MRI is the basis of the contrast agent effectiveness. Therefore, understanding the behavior of the electron spin system can provide valuable information for the development of new compounds. The availability of high frequency electron paramagnetic resonance (HF EPR) spectrometers is vital for complete relaxation studies, and played an important role in improving our knowledge of Gd(III) electron spin relaxation in the last few years. Variable temperature HF EPR has been an invaluable tool to improve our understanding of the underlying relaxation mechanisms.
000078307 6531_ $$arelaxation
000078307 6531_ $$aMRI
000078307 6531_ $$agadolinium
000078307 6531_ $$azero-field splitting
000078307 6531_ $$arotational diffusion
000078307 700__ $$0240739$$g148230$$aBorel, Alain
000078307 700__ $$0240250$$g144957$$aHelm, Lothar
000078307 700__ $$g123257$$aMerbach, Andre E.$$0241569
000078307 720_1 $$aBerliner, Lawrence J.$$eed.
000078307 773__ $$tVery High Frequency (VHF) ESR/EPR$$q207-247
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