Sarah L. Codd

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Recent two dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques access exchange in pore structures through surface relaxation and diffusion based relaxation [1-4]. This research applies these techniques to measure pore changes due to biofilm growth and the impact this growth has on diffusion transport. The porous media used in this study are model(More)
A 3DFT gradient-echo technique has been developed which, in conjunction with series-resonant gradient-coil circuits, can produce three-dimensional NMR images with an echo time of less than 100 microseconds. The method involves a read-gradient waveform composed of two sinusoids of different frequencies. This is an improvement on previous imaging sequences(More)
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