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In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy I: Probeheads and Radiofrequency Pulses, Spectrum Analysis

Edited By: M Rudin
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy I: Probeheads and Radiofrequency Pulses, Spectrum Analysis
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RF Probeheads 1. J. Link, Faellanden, Switzerland The Design of Resonator Probes with Homogeneous Radiofrequency Fields 2. M. Schnall, Philadelphia, PA/USA Probes Tuned to Multiple Frequencies for In-Vivo NMR RF Pulses 3. P.C.M. van Zijl, Rockville, MD/USA; C.T.W. Moonen, Bethesda, MD/USA Solvent Suppression Strategies for In Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 4. M. Garwood, K. Ugurbil, Minneapolis, MN/USA B1 Insensitive Adiabatic RF Pulses 5. P.G. Morris, Nottingham, UK Frequency Selective Excitation Using Phase-Compensated RF Pulses in One and Two Dimensions 6. S. Mueller, Basel, Switzerland RF Pulses for Multiple Frequency Excitation: Theory and Application Spectrum Analysis 7. R. de Beer, D. van Ormondt, Delft, The Nethelands Analysis of NMR Data Using Time Domain Fitting Procedures 8. E.B. Cady, London, UK Determination of Absolute Concentrations of Metabolites from NMR Spectra

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Contents: RF Probeheads: J. Link, F llanden, Switzerland: The Design of Resonator Probes with Homogeneous Radiofrequency Fields.- M. Schnall, Philadelphia, PA: Probes Tuned to Multiple Frequencies for In- Vivo NMR.- RF Pulses: P.C.M. van Zijl, Rockville, MD; C.T.W. Moonen, Bethesda, MD: Solvent Suppression Strategies for In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.- M. Garwood, K. Ugurbil, Minneapolis, MN: B1 Insensitive Adiabatic RF Pulses.- P.G. Morris, Nottingham, UK: Frequency Selective Excitation Using Phase-Compensated RF Pulses in One and Two Dimensions.- S. Muller, Basel, Switzerland: RF Pulses for Multiple Frequency Excitation: Theory and Application.- Spectrum Analysis: R. de Beer, D. van Ormondt, Delft, The Netherlands: Analysis of NMR Data Using Time Domain Fitting Procedures.-E.B. Cady, London, UK: Determination of Absolute Concentrations of Metabolites from NMR Spectra.

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Edited By: M Rudin
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