Larmor frequency shift from magnetized cylinders with arbitrary orientation distribution.

  title={Larmor frequency shift from magnetized cylinders with arbitrary orientation distribution.},
  author={Anders Dyhr Sandgaard and Noam Shemesh and Valerij G. Kiselev and Sune N{\o}rh{\o}j Jespersen},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
Magnetic susceptibility of tissue can provide valuable information about its chemical composition and microstructural organization. However, the relation between the magnetic microstructure and the measurable Larmor frequency shift is only understood for a few idealized cases. Here we analyze the microstructure formed by magnetized, NMR-invisible infinite cylinders suspended in an NMR-reporting fluid. Through simulations, we scrutinize various geometries of mesoscopic Lorentz cavities… 



Larmor frequency in heterogeneous media.

  • V. Kiselev
  • Physics
    Journal of magnetic resonance
  • 2019

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