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The Principles of Nuclear Magnetism
Effects of Diffusion on Free Precession in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiments
Nuclear resonance techniques involving free precession are examined, and, in particular, a convenient variation of Hahn's spin-echo method is described. This variation employs a combination of pulses
STEADY-STATE FREE PRECESSION IN NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE
A steady-state free precession technique for observing nuclear magnetic resonance is described. A mathematical analysis is presented for certain special conditions, and initial experiments verifying
DIFFUSION AND NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION IN WATER
The diffusion coefficient and the spin lattice relaxation time of protons in ordinary water were measured in the temperature range 0 to 100 deg C using nuclear magnetic resonance free precession
Carr, Herman Y.: Early Years of Free Precession Revisited
The sections in this article are 1 Echoes in the Night and at Lunch 2 Sample Spinning and a New Type of Echo 3 Imaging and ‘Mental’ Fourier Transforms 4 Flow and Mysterious
Field Gradients in Early MRI
  • H. Carr
  • Materials Science
  • 1 July 2004
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE OF Xe$sup 129$ IN NATURAL XENON
The spin-lattice relaxation time T/sub i/ of Xe/sup 129/ was measured as a function of temperature in the liquid and as a function of pressure in the gas. A strong shift DELTA H in the external field
NMR Measurement of the Liquid-Vapor Critical Exponents β and β 1
Using a new quenching technique to minimize gravitationally induced density gradients, we find that the shape
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