Pulsed-gradient spin-echo monitoring of restricted diffusion in multilayered structures.

@article{Grebenkov2010PulsedgradientSM,
  title={Pulsed-gradient spin-echo monitoring of restricted diffusion in multilayered structures.},
  author={Denis S Grebenkov},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},
  year={2010},
  volume={205 2},
  pages={181-95}
}
A general mathematical basis is developed for computation of the pulsed-gradient spin-echo signal attenuated due to restricted diffusion in multilayered structures (e.g., multiple slabs, cylindrical or spherical shells). Individual layers are characterized by (different) diffusion coefficients and relaxation times, while boundaries between adjacent layers are characterized by (different) permeabilities. Arbitrary temporal profile of the applied magnetic field can be incorporated. The signal is… CONTINUE READING

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