In this webinar, the technical aspects and capabilities of the microESR instrument from Bruker will be discussed. This compact and versatile instrument’s potential use in chemistry education will be highlighted alongside an in-depth explanation of EPR theory so as to promote the understanding of the fundamentals necessary to prepare the next generation of scientific minds to properly use EPR technology in their future careers.
A detailed discussion of EPR theory that will help integrate the microESR into a variety of course curriculums alongside a showcase of a demonstrative selection of experiments.
The main audience for this webinar is those involved in academic teachings and laboratory instruction. In particular, this webinar is also of interest to chemistry and biochemistry professors, and scientists already using EPR. The webinar will be useful for physics professors, university department chairs, post docs, and graduate students.
Dr. Brendan Lichtenthal
Dr. Christine Hofstetter