SPIN EXCHANGE EFFECTS IN RADICAL PAIR CIDEP
- An explanation of some unexpected enchancements in the chemically induced dynamic electron polarization (CIDEP) spectra of ketyl radicals is suggested. It requires an electron exchange interaction that is negative for proximate radicals but positive for more distant ones and that geminate radical pairs are formed at a separation smaller than that at which random encounter pairs of the same radicals are able to react. © 1984.
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