Nuclear magnetic resonance-compatible furnace for high temperature MR imaging and spectroscopy in situ.

Abstract

A high temperature magnetic resonance compatible furnace for real time in situ monitoring of materials, processes, and chemical reactions with magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy is described. Design issues are analyzed. Example applications are demonstrated with a time sequence of proton images of the binder burnout in a porous green ceramic… (More)

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