The work described in this thesis is concerned with the development of new applications of the photo-CIDNP (photochemically induced dynamic nuclear polarization) technique to aspects of protein structure and folding.
Chapters 1 and 2 are introductory chapters; Chapter 1 describes the theoretical basis of the CIDNP phenomenon in terms of the underlying spin chemistry of the radical pair mechanism, while Chapter 2 presents the apparatus, photosensitizer and pulse sequences used, alon...Expand abstract
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Photo-CIDNP and protein folding
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