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Low-field single-sided NMR for one-shot 1D-mapping: Application to membranes

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Abstract

Many single-sided permanent magnet NMR systems have been proposed over the years allowing for 1D proton-density profiling, diffusion measurements and relaxometry. In this manuscript we make use of a recently published unilateral magnet for low-field NMR exhibiting an extremely uniform magnetic field gradient with moderate strength and cylindrical symmetry, allowing for a well-defined sweet spot. Combined with a goniometer, our system is used to characterize precisely the uniformity of its gradient and to achieve micrometric precision 1D profiling, as well as spatially localized relaxometry and diffu-sometry on thick ($150 lm) membrane samples. Profiling with this magnet did not require repositioning of the samples with respect to the 1D tomograph.
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cea-01470471 , version 1 (17-02-2017)

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Patrick Judeinstein, Filippo Ferdeghini, Rodrigo Oliveira-Silva, Jean-Marc Zanotti, Dimitrios Sakellariou. Low-field single-sided NMR for one-shot 1D-mapping: Application to membranes. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2017, 277, pp.25 - 29. ⟨10.1016/j.jmr.2017.02.003⟩. ⟨cea-01470471⟩
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