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MRI – pulse sequences

An animation is available to illustrate the spin echo sequence. It will show, how more proton spins “works” in a MRI. It mean, how it is possible to focus the move of more proton spins. After this focus it is possible to note a signal.

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


MRI – influence on spin

An animation is available to illustrate the proton spin effect. It shows the relaxation and precession of the spin under the effects of a magnetic field and a radio-frequency pulse. The duration of the effect can be set as required.

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


MRI – Relaxation & pressesion

An animation is available to illustrate the relaxation and precession of the proton spin under the effects of a magnetic field and a radio-frequency pulse. The duration of the effect can be set as required.

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


Electron spin – anticlockwise rotation
An animation is available to illustrate electron spin (anticlockwise rotation)

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


Electron spin – clockwise rotation
An animation is available to illustrate electron spin (clockwise rotation)

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)

 


Proton spin – anticlockwise rotation
An animation is available to illustrate electron spin (anticlockwise rotation)

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


Proton spin – clockwise rotation
An animation is available to illustrate electron spin (clockwise rotation)

(Please note that the animation is based solely on a quantum physics approach)


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