T1-T2* Relaxation Correlation - Speciation in Solid-like Materials

Afrough, A. (Guest lecturer)

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations

Description

Low field MR analyses most commonly rely on T2 lifetime measurements. Modification of the T2 measurement to include a T1 dimension has made the T1-T2 measurement a very powerful analytical technique. The T1-T2 measurement is uniquely well suited to characterization of the pore size distribution in porous materials and speciation of 1H bearing fluids in a wide variety of materials including foods. However, in a wide range of materials the T2 lifetime is too short to permit T1-T2 measurement. In such cases a T1-T2* measurement is a useful analog to the T1-T2 experiment. T1-T2* measurement enables one to differentiate species as a function of T2* in one dimension and T1 in the other dimension.
Period22 Aug 2019
Event titleInternational Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy: null
Event typeConference
Conference number15
LocationParis, France
Degree of RecognitionInternational