Abstract The line shape analysis of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectra for low-dimensional solids are calculated. A comparison is carried out between the experimental EPR results of polyaniline samples and theoretical calculation. The dimension evolution of the samples from nonconducting to conducting states is obtained. It is found that the dimensional properties determined by EPR are in good accordance with those obtained using previous ellipsometric methods.
Received: 21 September 1999
Published: 12 June 2005