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NMR methods for the fast-recording of diffusion

Abstract : The time taken to complete an NMR diffusion experiment is typically ~10 minutes. For systems that rapidly evolve conventional pulsed field gradient spin-echo (PGSE) experiments cannot be used to obtain reliable estimates of molecular mobility. Modern ‘fast-diffusion’ experiments provide a means of obtaining this information and thus open up new vistas for the application of PGSE NMR. In this paper we review the various advantages and disadvantages of these methods.
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Guilhem Pages, P. W. Kuchel. NMR methods for the fast-recording of diffusion. Diffusion fundamentals II, Universitätsverlag, 2007. ⟨hal-02821571⟩

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