Chemistry International
Vol. 22, No. 6, November 2000

2000, Vol. 22
No. 6 (November)
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Conference Announcement


11th International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry and Biology, 20—27 April 2001, Zvenigorod, Russia

The aim of this conference, organized by the Institute of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) in cooperation with the Council of Pure and Applied Chemistry of the RAS and the International Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Society, is to bring together scientists interested in the development of magnetic resonance techniques and experimental methods and their applications in chemical and biological research. Physical, inorganic, organic, analytical, applied, medicinal, and environmental chemistry will be covered. Three open forum discussion sessions will be featured on the following topics:

  • nitric oxide in chemistry and biology
  • advanced NMR imaging in biomedical fields and in solids
  • the environment and magnetic resonance research Main topic sessions will focus on the following applications:
  • structure and reactivity of molecules, mechanisms of chemical reactions, and effects of spin polarization
  • spin-selected reactions
  • mechanisms of formation of complexes and radical reactions on surfaces
  • structure and molecular dynamics of liquids, polymers, biopolymers, and micellar systems
  • new approaches and progress in using spin labels and spin traps advanced magnetic resonance techniques and the environment; mechanisms of extreme effects on human health and the environment
  • structure, biotransformations, mechanisms of drug actions, and effects of biologically active chemicals on cells
  • nitric oxide in biological systems • radical reactions in model biosystems; cellular and organismic processes
  • NMR imaging in biomedical studies; other applied research
  • high-resolution NMR in solids, NMR in liquids, NMR in biosystems
  • theory, application, and development of EPR, spin labels and traps, pulsed EPR spectroscopy, high-frequency/ high-field EPR and ENDOR, ELDOR, NQR, and other new approaches and methods in EPR and NMR spectroscopy

Approximately 120 scientific participants from around the world are expected to attend the conference.

For additional information, contact Prof. Anatoly Buchachenko, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Kosygin Street 4, Moscow 117977, Russia; E-mail: spinchem@chph.ras.ru; Tel.: +7 095 939 74 90; Fax: +7 095 938 24 84.

 

 

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