High-field/high-pressure ESR

Sakurai, T; Okubo, S; Ohta, H

Ohta, H (reprint author), Kobe Univ, Mol Photosci Res Ctr, Nada Ku, Kobe, Hyogo 6578501, Japan.

JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE, 2017; 280 ( ): 3

Abstract

We present a historical review of high-pressure ESR systems with emphasis on our recent development of a high-pressure, high-field, multi-frequency ESR system. Until 2000, the X-band system was almost established using a resonator filled with dielectric materials or a combination of the anvil cell and dielectric resonators. Recent developments have shifted from that in the low-frequency region, such as X-band, to that in multi-frequency region. High-pressure, high-field, multi-frequency ESR systems are classified into two types. First are the systems that use a vector network analyzer or a quasi-optical bridge, which have high sensitivity but a limited frequency region; the second are like our system, which has a very broad frequency region covering the THz region, but lower sensitivity. We will demonstrate the usefulness of our high-pressure ESR system, in addition to its experimental limitations. We also discuss the recent progress of our system and future plans. (C) 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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