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1H Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Rigid Polymeric Solids

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1H Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Rigid Polymeric Solids

Axelson, D.E., Kantzas, A., and Nauerth, A.

DOI: 10.1016/0926-2040(94)00048-4
Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, 6(4), July 1996, Pages 309-321.

ABSTRACT

Implementation of the 1H magnetic resonance single-point imaging technique has provided new opportunities for the direct imaging of rigid solids, particularly semicrystalline polymers with spin-spin relaxation times, T∗2, of the order of 10 μs and greater. Potential applications of industrial relevance in the following areas are briefly discussed and illustrated: fabricated/processed parts, photochemical degradation, oxidation, and blend characterization.

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