Diffusive diffraction observed with volume-selective STEAM MRS in 100microm water-filled capillaries.

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Diffusive diffraction patterns may be useful for probing the local environment of diffusing molecules in materials with geometrically ordered microstructure. A model system consisting in a bundle of water-filled 100microm glass capillaries was probed with volume-selective stimulated echo (STEAM) MRS on a 7T Bruker PharmaScan tomograph with variable… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ssnmr.2008.02.005

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@article{Gedat2008DiffusiveDO, title={Diffusive diffraction observed with volume-selective STEAM MRS in 100microm water-filled capillaries.}, author={Egbert Gedat and Gerd Buntkowsky and J{\"{u}rgen Braun}, journal={Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance}, year={2008}, volume={34 1-2}, pages={118-24} }