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Roles for magnetic resonance imaging in process tomography

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1 Author(s)
Hall, Laurance D. ; Cambridge Univ. Sch. of Clinical Med., UK

This brief article based solely on work from the author's own studies provides a strategic overview of the potential of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for gaining insight to facets of process engineering which involve fluids. Briefly, MRI is a noninvasive method for quantitating in three dimensions the mass transport of proton-containing fluids within vessels that are optically opaque but transparent to radiowaves and magnetic fields; it can also be used to map many chemical processes (pH, REDOX) and the temperature of aqueous systems. As a result it has huge potential for biotechnology and medical engineering.

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Sensors Journal, IEEE  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )