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It is shown that double inversion recovery used for water suppression can be made much less sensitive to pulse imperfections and to the variations in the relaxation times than a single inversion recovery. This insensitivity results in up to 10-fold improvement in the water suppression in vivo. The excellent water suppression by double inversion recovery is… (More)
The suppression of water signals in in vivo proton spectra by means of multiple-quantum filtering can be brought about in several ways. This communication exposes the shortcomings of using purely subtractive filtering techniques to observe signals from metabolites that contain proton couplings of the form AX3.
Polyhydroxyalkanoates(PHAs) are polyesters synthesized by numerous bacteria in sludge as intracellular carbon and energy storage compounds under the condition of unbalance growth. Another important aspect of PHAs is thermoplastic polyester with the remarkable characteristics of biodegradability. In this paper, using sodium acetate, sodium propionate and… (More)