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Tailoring the EPR Excitation Field to Nanoscale Samples: an Overview of EPR Microresonators

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Author(s)

Nandita Abhyankar

Abstract

This publication is a synopsis of an invited presentation by Nandita Abhyankar, presented to the International EPR Society in September 2021. The synopsis describes the advantages of planar inverse anapole microresonators for improving the sensitivity of inductive-detection EPR spectroscopy of mass-limited/volume-limited samples.
Citation
Newsletter of the International EPR Society

Keywords

EPR spectroscopy, planar inverse anapole microresonators, nanoscale spin detection, inductive detection EPR spectroscopy

Citation

Abhyankar, N. (2021), Tailoring the EPR Excitation Field to Nanoscale Samples: an Overview of EPR Microresonators, Newsletter of the International EPR Society (Accessed May 17, 2022)
Created September 23, 2021, Updated May 9, 2022