CIQTEK EPR spectrometers may be used in a number of valuable applications. Some of the more common ones are shown below
Free radical research
Electron paramagnetic resonance technology is currently the only method available for the direct detection of free radicals.
CIQTEK EPR systems can obtain electron spin distribution in paramagnetic metal fullerene providing information on the interaction between the metal spin and magnetic core, and to detect changes of the metal fullerene spins and magnetism in different environments.
Electron spins in solid-state systems are one of the important carriers of qubits for quantum computing research. Pulsed paramagnetic resonance technology can reveal the preparation, manipulation, and readout of the electronic spin quantum states, thereby performing quantum computing research on important issues. Scientists use optimal kinetic decoupling technology to increase the decoherence time of electron spins in solid-state systems, increasing the electron spin decoherence time in malonate single crystals irradiated with gamma rays from 0.04 μs to 30 μs, showing the significance of the kinetic decoupling technique.
Biological structure analysis
Double electron-electron resonance technology is one of the important tools for biological structure analysis. EPR spectroscopy can provide distance information between EPR-labeled sites. This technology can be used to non-destructively measure distances between 1.7 and 8 nm .
Irradiated Food Monitoring
EPR spectroscopy is used to detect the long-lived free radicals generated by irradiation. This may be used to identify foods that have been irradiated.
Beer and Wine Stability
EPR spectroscopy is used as a detection tool for beer oxidation performance by monitoring the free radical changes in the beer brewing process to predict the finished product. Similarly. the monitoring of free radicals can be used to evaluate the quality of wine.