19th Annual Meeting. University of York, Monday 30th March to Friday 3rd April
International Meeting: Electron Spin Resonance of Inorganic Radicals and Metal Ions in Inorganic and Biological Systems

Plenary Lectures

Electronic and molecular structure of unusual sandwich complexes. R. N. Perutz, University of York.
EPR studies of Mn in photosystem II. Professor G. W. Brudwig, Yale University
Ligand hyperfine and quadrupole interactions from ENDOR and Electron Spin Envelope Echo Modulation: a simulation program for a general spin system. C.P. Keijzers, {E. J. Reijerse and M. C. M. Gribnau}, University of Nijmegen
Electron spin resonance and electron spin echo studies of transition metal ions on oxide surfaces. Professor L. Kevan
Microwave double resonance and MCD spectroscopy: applications to metallo-proteins. Professor A. J. Thomson, {C. P. Barrett and C. Greenwood}, University of East Anglia.
Spectroscopic studies of active sites: blue copper and electronic structural analogues. Professor E. I. Solomon, Stanford University
Some effects of molecular and crysatl structure on the EPR spectra of d-Transition metal ions. F. E. Mabbs, University of Manchester.
Metals in unusual solvents. P. P. Edwards, University of Cambridge.

The Bruker Lecture

Multiple resonances involving ESR, NMR, and optical transitions: more than just a game?, Professor K. Möbius, Free University of Berlin.
+ 15 short lectures and 30 posters. 94 people took part in the meeting. The conference lectures were subsequently published in J. Chem. Soc., (Faraday Transactions). On the wednesday afternoon there was a sightseeing tour of York.