Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Spatially Resolved NMR Techniques and Applications

Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: Spatially Resolved NMR Techniques and Applications

Editor(s): Sarah L. Codd, Joseph D. Seymour

Published Online: 25 FEB 2009

Print ISBN: 9783527320080

Online ISBN: 9783527626052

DOI: 10.1002/9783527626052

About this Book

This handbook and ready reference covers materials science applications as well as microfluidic, biomedical and dental applications and the monitoring of physicochemical processes. It includes the latest in hardware, methodology and applications of spatially resolved magnetic resonance, such as portable imaging and single-sided spectroscopy.
For materials scientists, spectroscopists, chemists, physicists, and medicinal chemists.

Table of contents

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  1. Part One: Novel Techniques

    1. Chapter 2

      Multidimensional Earth's-Field NMR (pages 13–29)

      Meghan E. Halse, Andrew Coy, Robin Dykstra, Craig D. Eccles, Mark W. Hunter and Paul T. Callaghan

    2. Chapter 5

      Dynamic Fixed-Point Generation Using Non-Linear Feedback Fields – with Applications in MR Contrast Enhancement (pages 65–79)

      Jon K. Furuyama, Dennis W. Hwang, Susie Y. Huang, Jamie D. Walls, Hsing-Wei Chang, Lian-Pin Hwang and Yung-Ya Lin

  2. Part Two: Polarization Enhancement

    1. Chapter 8

      Towards Posture-Dependent Human Pulmonary Oxygen Mapping Using Hyperpolarized Helium and an Open-Access MRI System (pages 117–127)

      Ross W. Mair, Leo L. Tsai, Chih-Hao Li, Michael J. Barlow, Rachel N. Scheidegger, Matthew S. Rosen, Samuel Patz and Ronald L. Walsworth

    2. Chapter 10

      Fast Gradient-Assisted 2-D Spectroscopy in Conjunction with Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (pages 145–159)

      Rafal Panek, James Leggett, Nikolas S. Andersen, Josef Granwehr, Angel J. Perez Linde and Walter Köckenberger

  3. Part Three: Transport Phenomena

    1. Chapter 15

      MRI of Coherent and Incoherent Displacements in Turbulent Flow (pages 233–244)

      Benedict Newling, Zhi Yang, Mark H. Sankey, Mike L. Johns and Lynn F. Gladden

    2. Chapter 16

      Transport Properties in Small-Scale Reaction Units (pages 245–267)

      Andrea Amar, Lisandro Buljubasich, Bernhard Blümich and Siegfried Stapf

    3. Chapter 17

      Solid Liquid Particulate Suspensions–Gravitational and Viscous Transport (pages 269–286)

      Prof. Dr. Sarah L. Codd, Stephen A. Altobelli, Prof. Dr. Joseph D. Seymour, Jennifer R. Brown and Einar O. Fridjonsson

  4. Part Four: Biological Systems

    1. Chapter 21

      Noninvasive Assessment of Moisture Migration in Food Products by MRI (pages 331–351)

      John P.M. van Duynhoven, Gert-Jan W. Goudappel, Wladyslaw P. Weglarz, Carel W. Windt, Pedro Ramos Cabrer, Ales Mohoric and Henk Van As

  5. Part Five: Materials Science

  6. Part Six: Hardware

    1. Chapter 30

      High-Performance Shimming with Permanent Magnets (pages 485–499)

      Ernesto Danieli, Juan Perlo, Federico Casanova and Bernhard Blümich

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