Solomon, E. I. and Neidig, M. L. and Schenk, G.
Magnetic Circular Dichroism
of Paramagnetic Species.
Comprehensive coordination chemistry II: from biology to nanotechnology.
Elsevier/Pergamon, Amsterdam, pp. 339-349.
Magnetic circular dichroism (MCD) spectroscopy and variable-temperature variable-field
(VTVH) MCD are powerful methods for studying the excited and ground states of paramagnetic
systems. Notably, these methods provide detailed insight into the geometric and electronic
structures of catalytically active centers in inorganic and biological systems. In this review, we
present the theoretical background for MCD and VTVH MCD and discuss their application.
||Postprint version of original published chapter. The definitive version can be found in Comprehensive coordination chemistry II: from biology to nanotechnology Volume 2 title: Fundamentals: Physical Methods, Theoretical Analysis, and Case Studies. ISBN 9780080443249. Chapter 2.26 is in Section 1: Physical Methods.
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