paramagnetic material

paramagnetic material

[¦par·ə·mag′ned·ik mə′tir·ē·əl]
(electromagnetism)
A material within which an applied magnetic field is increased by the alignment of electron orbits.
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32 Also as a paramagnetic material accumulating in haemorrhagic infarction disease haemoglobin shows low signal on T2 weighted imaging.
A magnetic refrigerator uses the magnetocaloric effect that appears when a paramagnetic material is magnetized and demagnetized.
If needed, a catalyst of paramagnetic material can be used to convert the ortho-hydrogen to the para configuration.
The gadolinium contrast is a paramagnetic material, meaning it becomes magnetic in a magnetic field.
Paramagnetic material dilutes the [Chi]fd% value because it does not respond differently to low and high frequency [Chi] measurements, and therefore does not exhibit [Chi]fd.
The energy stored in the paramagnetic material is released from the crystal when triggered by a resonant signal.
The polymer-based BMB's are permanently encoded with a paramagnetic material which provides an accurate digital pattern and also allows for easy washing, separation and automation.
1987; Smernik and Oades 1999), and the rectification of this problem by removing the paramagnetic material with various chemical treatments.
We have recently pioneered a breakthrough approach using Magic-Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (MAS-NMR) for the atomic-level characterization of paramagnetic materials and complex biological macromolecules.
Among his topics are neutron refractive index in materials and fields, the magnetic scatter of neutrons in paramagnetic materials, diffractive X-ray and neutron optics, neutron and X-ray optics in general relativity and cosmology, and neutron and charged particle magnetic optics.
35), we can construct the device through the combination of diamagnetic materials and paramagnetic materials without super-conductors, which means that we can avoid refrigeration, quenching and other drawbacks in super-conductor devices [6-10].