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12, where ∆ω is the bandwidth of frequencies contained within the selective RF pulse. 12 Selective excitation of a thin slice of the sample. ∆ω is related to the shape and the duration of the pulse; if we consider a Gaussian-shaped pulse, ∆ω = 2π/∆t, where ∆ω is the full width at half maximum (FWHM) of the pulse’s frequency spectrum, and ∆t is the relevant FWHM of the pulse envelope in seconds. , by making the pulse longer in time) or by increasing the strength of the slice selection gradient Gz.
8 it is shown how the z component of magnetization changes as a function of the parameter TI for different T1 values. 3 SPIN ECHO The spin-echo (SE) pulse sequence consists of an initial 90° pulse followed by a 180° pulse after a period TE/2 (time of echo), that is a 90°-TE/2-180°-echo sequence. 8 Plot of Mz vs. time in the IR pulse sequence. 9. 9b). During the following period, τ = TE/2, this transverse magnetization decays because of spin-spin relaxation and the inhomogeneity of the B0 magnetic ﬁeld.
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