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A low-lossy double tuned resonator for concurrent 1H and 31P nuclear magnetic resonance

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5 Author(s)
Annaert, G. ; Dept. of Elec., Free Univ. of Brussels, Belgium ; Barel, A. ; Luypaert, R. ; Osteaux, M.
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A novel method for double tuning a single nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) probe, providing two resonances to a single output, simultaneously is described. Both frequencies provide a high sensitivity and are easily tuned with special noninteracting frequency-decoupling circuits. The 1H (proton) imaging mode of the double-tuned surface coil is actively decoupled from the whole-body, circularly polarized transmit resonator by activating a pin diode circuit. Results for a phantom containing both water and phosphorus acid are shown

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Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 1989. IMTC-89. Conference Record., 6th IEEE

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25-27 Apr 1989

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