EPR spectrum deconvolution and dose assessment of fossil tooth enamel using maximum likelihood common factor analysis
In order to determine the components which give rise to the EPR spectrum around g = 2 we have applied Maximum Likelihood Common Factor Analysis (MLCFA) on the EPR spectra of enamel sample 1126 which has previously been analysed by continuous wave and pulsed EPR as well as EPR microscopy. MLCFA yielded agreeing results on three sets of X-band spectra and the following components were identified: an orthorhombic component attributed to CO-2, an axial component (CO3-3), as well as four isotropic...[Show more]
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