Magnetic Resonance: 4th, 1971 : Symposium Proceedings.
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1H Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy characteristics of cerebral alveolar echinococcosis. Wang Jian, Yao Weihong, Liu Chen, Liu Wenya, Wen Hao. 11. Study of Magnetic Resonance Imaging features in brain metastases of hepatic alveolar echinococcosis. Tang Guibo, Yang Guocai, Wang Yu, He Yan, Yan Chunlong, Zhang Qingxin.
Series: AIP Conference Proceedings, Materials Physics and Applications (Book 1081). Hardcover: 148 pages.
Main article: History of magnetic resonance imaging ^ Heilbrun MP, Sunderland PM, McDonald PR, Wells TH, Cosman E, Ganz E (1987).
Main article: History of magnetic resonance imaging. In 1971 at Stony Brook University, Paul Lauterbur applied magnetic field gradients in all three dimensions and a back-projection technique to create NMR images. He published the first images of two tubes of water in 1973 in the journal Nature, followed by the picture of a living animal, a clam, and in 1974 by the image of the thoracic cavity of a mouse. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101 (21): 7857–61 101. Heilbrun MP, Sunderland PM, McDonald PR, Wells TH, Cosman E, Ganz E (1987).
Fluorine-19 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Fluorine-19 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (fluorine NMR or 19F NMR) is an analytical technique used to detect and identify fluorine-containing compounds. 19F is an important nucleus for NMR spectroscopy because of its receptivity and large chemical shift dispersion, which is greater than that for proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
In 1976, on the occasion of the Centennial of the Ameri can Chemical Society, H. A. RESrnG and C. G. WADE organized an international symposium on magnetic resonance in collo1d and in terface science which brought together a large number of scien tists from the United States and from abroad. The aim of this symposium was to include all experimental inorganic, organic and biochemical systems in which molecules are bound to interfaces and to show the contribution of various techniques based on ma gnetic resonance to the knowledge of these systems.
Magnetic Resonance of Trapped Ions by Spin-Dependent Cyclotron . Recent Magnetic Resonance Books. 308. Instructions for Authors. Proceedings of the symposium on Ferromagnetic and High-Spin Molecular Based Materials, 197th ACS Meeting, Dallas, USA (April 9-12, 1989); Mol.
Magnetic Resonance of Trapped Ions by Spin-Dependent Cyclotron Acceleration, P. J. Pizarro and D. P. Weitekamp. Cryst.
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Conference Proceedings . PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10833, new. 24th International Symposium on Atmospheric and Ocean Optics: Atmospheric Physics. For the purchase of this volume in printed format, please visit Proceedings. The comparative analysis of the non-resonance mechanisms of cubic optical nonlinearity in aerosols was carried out. The analysis includes the thermal nonlinearity (thermal expansion of the materials) and the concentration nonlinearities caused by electrostriction and thermodiffusion effects as well as the reorientational cubic response.
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