Her primary areas of investigation include Electron paramagnetic resonance, Analytical chemistry, Pulsed EPR, Resonance and Nuclear magnetic resonance. Her Electron paramagnetic resonance research integrates issues from Crystallography, Protein structure and Mesoporous material. Her Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deuterium NMR, Deuterium, Molecule and Liquid crystal.
Daniella Goldfarb has included themes like Melittin, Peptide and Free electron model in her Analytical chemistry study. Her research in Nuclear magnetic resonance intersects with topics in W band, Resonance and Atomic physics. Her studies in Spin integrate themes in fields like Ion and High field.
Daniella Goldfarb mainly investigates Electron paramagnetic resonance, Analytical chemistry, Crystallography, Pulsed EPR and Hyperfine structure. The Spin label research she does as part of her general Electron paramagnetic resonance study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Resonance, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her research investigates the connection between Analytical chemistry and topics such as Zeolite that intersect with problems in Rhodium and Adsorption.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Deuterium NMR, Molecule, Resonance, Liquid crystal and Binding site in addition to Crystallography. Her study in Molecule is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inorganic chemistry and Mesoporous material. Her work in Hyperfine structure addresses issues such as Electron nuclear double resonance, which are connected to fields such as Physical chemistry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Electron paramagnetic resonance, Crystallography, Resonance, Molecular physics and Spin. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dipole, Hyperfine structure and Analytical chemistry. Daniella Goldfarb combines subjects such as Ion and Metal with her study of Analytical chemistry.
Her Crystallography research includes themes of Protein structure, ATPase, Paramagnetism and Resonance. The various areas that Daniella Goldfarb examines in her Molecular physics study include Polarization, Zero field splitting and Spins. Her study explores the link between Spin and topics such as Atomic physics that cross with problems in Heteronuclear molecule.
Her primary areas of study are Electron paramagnetic resonance, Analytical chemistry, Molecular physics, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Resonance. Her research in the fields of Site-directed spin labeling overlaps with other disciplines such as Pulsed EPR. Her Molecular physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Zero field splitting, Polarization, Spins and Ion.
Her research in Nuclear magnetic resonance tackles topics such as Spin which are related to areas like Dipole. Her Protein structure research incorporates elements of Crystallography, HeLa and Chemical stability. Her research integrates issues of Dynamic nuclear polarisation, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Hyperfine structure in her study of Relaxation.
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Structural disorder of monomeric α-synuclein persists in mammalian cells
Francois-Xavier Theillet;Francois-Xavier Theillet;Andres Binolfi;Andres Binolfi;Beata Bekei;Andrea Martorana.
Characterization of Iron in Zeolites by X-band and Q-Band ESR, Pulsed ESR, and UV-Visible Spectroscopies
D. Goldfarb;M. Bernardo;K. G. Strohmaier;D. E. W. Vaughan.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1994)
Synthesis of mesoporous manganosilicates: Mn-MCM-41, Mn-MCM-48 and Mn-MCM-L
Dongyuan Zhao;Daniella Goldfarb.
Journal of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1995)
Nature and surface redox properties of copper(II)-promoted cerium(IV) oxide co-oxidation catalysts
Philip G. Harrison;Ian K. Ball;Wan Azelee;Wayne Daniell.
Chemistry of Materials (2000)
Resolving Intermediate Solution Structures during the Formation of Mesoporous SBA-15
Sharon Ruthstein;Judith Schmidt;Ellina Kesselman;Yeshayahu Talmon.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Study of the Formation of the Mesoporous Material SBA-15 by EPR Spectroscopy
Sharon Ruthstein;Veronica Frydman;Shifra Kababya;Miron Landau.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Gd3+ spin labeling for distance measurements by pulse EPR spectroscopy
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2014)
Gd3+ complexes as potential spin labels for high field pulsed EPR distance measurements.
Arnold M. Raitsimring;Chidambaram Gunanathan;Alexey Potapov;Irena Efremenko.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
Probing protein conformation in cells by EPR distance measurements using Gd3+ spin labeling.
Andrea Martorana;Giuliano Bellapadrona;Akiva Feintuch;Enza Di Gregorio.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
A deuterium NMR study of the discotic mesophase of hexa-hexyloxytriphenylene
Daniella Goldfarb;Zeev Luz;Herbert Zimmermann.
Le Journal De Physique Colloques (1981)
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