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“…HP Xe RD MRI has been used for imaging flow through porous materials, [224, 228] rocks, [227] microfluidic devices, [226] and wood, [229] as well as for quantifying diffusion through membranes. [230] Figure 14b shows a remarkable example of 3D TOF images of HP Xe flowing through a rock sample.…”
Section: Remote-detection Mri Of Hyperpolarized Gasesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Time-of-flight flow imaging with HP gases HP Xe is an ideal probe fluid in RD MRI experiments, because the T1 relaxation time of 129 Xe can be extremely long, allowing correspondingly long transport times from the sample to the detector. HP Xe RD MRI has been used for imaging flow through porous materials, [223,227] rocks, [226] microfluidic devices, [225] and wood, [228] as well as for quantifying diffusion through membranes. [229] Figure 14b shows a remarkable example of 3D TOF images of HP Xe flowing through a rock sample.…”
Section: Remote-detection Mri Of Hyperpolarized Gasesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…24 Xenon gas was used as a probe fluid, because the flow resistance of a gas is smaller than that of a liquid, and the sensitivity enhancement given by the spin-exchange optical pumping (SEOP) method as well as the long T 1 relaxation time of 129 Xe make xenon a favorable gas for RD experiments. Hyperpolarized xenon gas was forced to flow through a wood sample and flow around the sample was blocked (Figure 11b).…”
Section: Remote Detection Mrimentioning
confidence: 99%
“…If the encoding step corresponds to the phase encoding in a conventional MRI experiment, it is possible to obtain 3D TOF images about the fluid flow that reveal the flow paths and dispersion of fluid molecules [15]. RD NMR has been used to characterize porous media [11,16,17], rocks [15], membranes [18], microfluidic devices [19][20][21][22][23] and wood [24], and it has also been applied in monitoring spin coherence transfer in chemical transformations [25], relaxation measurements [26] and gas extraction applications [27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To date, optical pumping of noble gases is the polarization technique in gas-phase studies that is the most often used, and hyperpolarized xenon has already been utilized in combination with the RD MRI technique. [6][7][8][9][10][16][17][18] PHIP provides an alternative method for polarization enhancement in gas-phase MRI aside from the expensive hyperpolarized noble gases. This technique exploits the high-spin polarization derived from the para spin isomer of molecular hydrogen (H 2 ).…”
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confidence: 99%