Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance 2012
DOI: 10.1002/9780470034590.emrstm1298
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Abstract: This article gives the reader an overview of NMR and MRI of fluids in wood. It does not cover solid-state NMR methods, such as CP MAS, that give chemically resolved information about solid wood macromolecules. The most important fluid naturally existing in wood is water, and the article provides an overview of the relaxation spectrum of water components. NMR and MRI methods used for determining the moisture content and distribution are also reviewed. NMR of fluids absorbed in wood or flowing through wood provi… Show more

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“…The MR imaging technique has been proven effective in studying moisture content distribution in wood (Quick et al 1990;Meder et al 2003;Hameury and Sterley 2006;Almeida et al 2008;Dvinskikh et al 2011;Telkki 2012). As the moisture content, that is 1 H concentration, decreases, the signal intensity will be lower.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…The MR imaging technique has been proven effective in studying moisture content distribution in wood (Quick et al 1990;Meder et al 2003;Hameury and Sterley 2006;Almeida et al 2008;Dvinskikh et al 2011;Telkki 2012). As the moisture content, that is 1 H concentration, decreases, the signal intensity will be lower.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Second, the water content of the substance to be tested has certain requirements, and there are limitations in dynamically monitoring the change of material moisture. These constraints affect the application of MRI in the characterization of porous pores (Akoka et al 1999;Bucur 2003;Telkki 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%