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Saturday, April 01, 2006

Master Class: Reprise of the Pocket NMR

Why does MRI require high magnetic fields? Why is it such a low energy technique compared to X-ray?

Mathematica notebook to explore the question.


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Blogger Lip Blue said...

There are a few breakthroughs reported recently on the application of magnetic resonace imaging. For example, the following link points to a news item about a recenty PNAS paper on MRI of a virus in 3-D and it claimed that the resolution was improved by 100 million times to nanoscale.

There is another paper discussing the breakthrough in the MRI theorical perspect. But i could not remember where I read it.

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Great questions. Kids working on their science fair projects can use questions like these posed by educators to develop topics and hypotheses for their science fair projects.

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