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October 11, 1996
by Academic Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||397|
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The decoupling of heteronuclear spin systems by means of a strong irradiation of rf magnetic random noise is explored theoretically and experimentally. It is shown that it is feasible to eliminate simultaneously all splittings due to one or more nuclear species. Double resonance with random noise is of particular advantage if the resonance frequencies of the nuclei causing the splittings cover Cited by: where γ = gyromagnetic frequency and B 0 is the strength of the magnetic field.. When detecting the MR signal, we actually measure the net (total) effect of all proton magnetic moments within a given volume (voxel). This total is called the net magnetic moment (M 0).It is made up of the difference between protons lying parallel and anti-parallel to the external magnetic field (these two.
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