This is an EPR spectrum of an electron in an isotropic environment with g = 2.003.

This is an EPR spectrum of an electron in an environment with axial symmetry, g_{x} = 2.050 and g_{y} = g_{z} = 1.950.

This is an EPR spectrum of an electron in asymmetric environment with g_{x} = 2.050, g_{y} = 2.003 and g_{z} = 1.950.

This orange line is an axial EPR spectrum.

- Determine the positions of each component (the g factor is displayed in the top left corner of the spectrum).
- Now let's simulate this spectrum. Drag the g
_{x}, g_{y}and g_{z}sliders to get the values you determined. The red (simulated) spectrum should match the orange (experimental) one.