Magnetic susceptibility: solutions, emulsions, and cells

@article{Kuchel2003MagneticSS,
  title={Magnetic susceptibility: solutions, emulsions, and cells},
  author={P. Kuchel and B. Chapman and W. Bubb and P. Hansen and C. Durrant and M. Hertzberg},
  journal={Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={56-71}
}
Differences in magnetic susceptibility between various compartments in heterogeneous samples can introduce unanticipated complications to NMR spectra. On the other hand, an understanding of these effects at the level of the underlying physical principles has led to the development of several experimental techniques that provide data on cellular function that are unique to NMR spectroscopy. To illustrate some key features of susceptibility effects we present, among a more general overview… Expand

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