We were honored to have Dr. Haijun Yang, a senior engineer from Tsinghua University's Analytical Center, one of China's top academic universities, present his experience and feedback on the use of the CIQTEK electronic paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy EPR100 since it was purchased and used by Tsinghua University MR Laboratory in 2020.
Dr. Haijun Yang said in the interview that the microwave bridge of CIQTEK EPR100 adopts advanced waveguide technology and the structure inside the chamber has been designed modularly. In the free radical test comparison experiment, there is basically no difference between the spectra obtained by CIQTEK EPR100 and other similar types of spectroscopy on the market.
CIQTEK Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
CIQTEK EPR (ESR) spectroscopy provides a non-destructive analytical method for directly detecting paramagnetic materials and has a wide range of applications in physics, chemistry, biology, materials, and industry. It can study the composition, structure, and dynamics of magnetic molecules, transition metal ions, rare earth ions, ion clusters, doped materials, defective materials, free radicals, metalloproteins, and other substances containing unpaired electrons. It can provide in situ and non-destructive information on the microscopic scale of electron spins, orbitals, and nuclei.