Rod Nave in Kell Hall, 3 of 3
Rod is adjusting the temperature-control system that lets us control the temperature of the crystal sample in this ESR spectrometer. This is in Bill Nelson's lab and Rod did research on the radiation damage to some biologically related molecules and co-authored a paper with Bill on that research project. This spectrometer has a larger magnet and a more sophisticated temperature-control system. It takes liquid nitrogen from the large dewar in front and uses it in a controlled system which allows choosing the temperature at which data is collected. These two labs occupied adjoining rooms on the 5th floor of Kell Hall. [Description from Rod Nave's personal photograph website]
This item has no relations.