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Magnetic resonance imaging has become increasingly important for visualization and tissue differentiation of internal organs. Because of limited resolution, investigation of skin has been of little diagnostic value so far. We combined a homogeneous magnetic field of 9.4 T, as used in magnetic resonance spectroscopy, with gradient fields of 11.7 G/cm and an(More)
In the pyrolysis of 1,2,3-benzoselenodiazole using a short-distance furnace, a short-lived intermediate is detected photoelectron spectroscopically. Mass spectra recorded under similar conditions suggest an isomer CöHiSe rearranging to the more stable final product 6-fulveneselone. The ionization pattern obtained by computerized spectra stripping is(More)
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