Magnetic properties of materials for MR engineering, micro-MR and beyond.

  title={Magnetic properties of materials for MR engineering, micro-MR and beyond.},
  author={Matthias C Wapler and Jochen Leupold and Iulius Dragonu and Dominik von Elverfeld and Maxim Zaitsev and Ulrike Wallrabe},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},

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