SS 2015 Modern Methods in Experimental Physics

Fundamentals of nuclear and electron magnetic resonance spectroscopy

NEW!!!!! Oral examinations: for the assigned dates and time slots, see FU blackboard


Lectures: Mondays from 16:00 to 18:00 in room 1.3.21 (as agreed from 16:00 to 17:30)

Slides and additional material will be provided during the lecture. Selected material can be downloaded from the FU blackboard (Please login with your FU account name and password). If you cannot log in or if you do not have an FU account, please contact Gabriele.Höffner.

Exercises: Mondays from 14:00 to 16:00 in room 1.3.21.

Laboratory courses: dates to follow (see FU blackboard, login with your FU account name and password)

Exercises and solutions will be available on the FU blackboard (Please login with your FU account name and password)


Suggested readings:

Proteins

- Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry. By: David L. Nelson, Michael M. Cox. Chapters on: Amino acids, peptides and proteins & The three-dimensional structure of proteins

-"Structure validation by Calpha geometry: phi, psi and Cbeta deviation". Lovell et al. Proteins 2003, 50(3):437-50.

General Magnetic Resonance Theory

- Principles of Magnetism. A. Abragam. Oxford Science Publication.

- Principles of pulse electron paramagnetic resonance. A. Schweiger, G. Jeschke.Oxford University Press.

EPR spectrometers

-Electron Spin Resonance: a comprehensive treatise on experimental Techniques. C. P. Poole. Courier Dover Publications, 1996.

SDSL EPR

-EPR Spectroscopy. Applications in Chemistry and Biology. Topics in Current Chemistry 321. Eds. M. Drescher, G. Jeschke. Springer

-ESR Spectroscopy in membrane Biophysics. Eds. M.A. Hemminga,L.J. Berliner. Springer.