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Publications

If you publish results obtained with EasySpin, please cite

Stefan Stoll, Arthur Schweiger

**EasySpin, a comprehensive software package for spectral simulation and analysis in EPR**

*J. Magn. Reson.* 178(1), 42-55 (2006)

EasySpin's pulse simulation capabilities are described in detail in

Stefan Stoll, R. David Britt

**General and efficient simulation of pulse EPR spectra**

*Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.* 11, 6614-6625 (2009)

This is a short overview of the choices and decisions a user faces when simulating solid-state EPR spectra:

Here is a review that contains over 500 references on theoretical aspects of EPR spectral simulation:

Stefan Stoll

**Computational modeling and least-squares fitting of EPR spectra**

in: Sushil K. Misra (ed.), *Handbook of Multifrequency Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: Data and Techniques*, Wiley-VCH, 2014, pp. 69-138

The following article describes the frequency-domain simulation capabilities of EasySpin:

Joscha Nehrkorn, Joshua Telser, Karsten Holldack, Stefan Stoll, Alexander Schnegg

**Simulating Frequency-Domain Electron Paramagnetic Resonance:
Bridging the Gap between Experiment and Magnetic Parameters for
High-Spin Transition-Metal Ion Complexes**

*J. Phys. Chem. B* 119, 13816-13824 (2015)

The equations for the calculation of the cw EPR transition rates are described in

Joscha Nehrkorn, Alexander Schnegg, Karsten Holldack, Stefan Stoll

**General Magnetic Transition Dipole Moments for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance**

*Phys. Rev. Lett.* 114, 010801 (2015)

The following article focuses on nitroxide radicals, but is a bit outdated:

Stefan Stoll, Arthur Schweiger

**EasySpin: Simulating cw ESR spectra**

*Biol. Magn. Reson.* 27, 299-321 (2007)

This PhD thesis outlines many of the EasySpin simulation methods for cw EPR spectra:

Stefan Stoll

**Spectral Simulations in Solid-State Electron Paramagnetic Resonance**

*ETH Zürich*, PhD thesis no. 15059 (2003)

Powerpoint slides

Here is a long PowerPoint slidedeck that serves as the basis for EasySpin presentations at conferences, workshops and summer schools.