Sensitivity quantification of remote detection NMR and MRI.

@article{Granwehr2006SensitivityQO,
  title={Sensitivity quantification of remote detection NMR and MRI.},
  author={Josef Granwehr and Juliette A. Seeley},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},
  year={2006},
  volume={179 2},
  pages={280-9}
}
A sensitivity analysis is presented of the remote detection NMR technique, which facilitates the spatial separation of encoding and detection of spin magnetization. Three different cases are considered: remote detection of a transient signal that must be encoded point-by-point like a free induction decay, remote detection of an experiment where the transient dimension is reduced to one data point like phase encoding in an imaging experiment, and time-of-flight (TOF) flow visualization. For all… CONTINUE READING

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