22nd Annual Meeting. Tapton Hall, University of Sheffield. Monday 10th to Friday 14th April 1989
Tapton Hall of residence, Sheffield International Conference: ESR of Inorganic Radicals and Metal Ions in Inorganic and Biological Systems

Plenary Lectures

Nickel: The active site in hydrogenase and methyl-coenzyme M-reductase. Professor P. J. Albracht, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Electron Spin Echo Envelope Modulation studies of kinase active sites. Dr P. A. Tipton, (J. McCracken, J. B. Cornelius and J. Peisach), Alberst Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA.
Structural information from powder ENDOR spectroscopy: perspectives and limitations. Dr D. Attanasio, ITSE-CNR, Rome, Italy.
ESR applied to paramagnetic metallocyclophanes. Professor Ch. Elschenbroich, University of Marburg, W. Germany
EPR of biological tron-sulphur clusters. Dr W. R. Hagen, Agricultural University, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Organometallic radicals. The connection between reactivity and the orbital character of the odd electron. Professor W. C. Trogler, University of California at San Diego, USA.
The use of EPR techniques in the molecular approach to heterogeneous catalytic processes on oxides. Professor M. Che, (C. Louis and Z. Sojka), Universities of Paris, France and Jagellonian, Kracow, Poland.
The nature of the low lying states in exchange coupled oligo complexes of the transition metal ions. Professor A. Bencini, University of Firenze, Italy.

The Bruker Lecture

Alternatives to Field Modulation in ESR Spectroscopy, Professor J. S. Hyde, National Biomedical ESR Center, Wisconsin, USA.
+ 14 short lectures and 34 posters. 95 people participated in the meeting. The conference lectures were subsequently published in J. Chem. Soc., Faraday I < To be inserted >. On the wednesday afternoon there was a visits to Chatsworth House.