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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Now however, a team of scientists at PSI together with researchers in the USA, China, Germany and Austria also found them in a specific paramagnetic material. This discovery could bring a potential usage of Weyl fermions in future computer technology one step closer.
Hu [3] proposed that melanoma can create a paramagnetic material that can shorten T1 and T2 relaxation time, which leading MRI manifestation of PHM is characteristic with increased signal intensity on T1-weighted image (T1WI) and decreased signal intensity on T2WI.
Many compounds of transition elements such as nanocrystalline alloys are paramagnetic material that contains partially-filled electron levels.
So this is a very good super paramagnetic material. These materials may have an obvious role in creating temporary high magnetic fields.
the cardiopulmonary junction).32 Also as a paramagnetic material accumulating in haemorrhagic infarction disease haemoglobin shows low signal on T2 weighted imaging.33 It is important to note that with the death and rupture of transplanted cells targeted SPIO nanoparticles can be phagocytosed by surrounding tissue cells or reticuloendothelial cells and subsequently redistributed deposited or differentiated.
A magnetic refrigerator uses the magnetocaloric effect that appears when a paramagnetic material is magnetized and demagnetized.
The direction of the magnetic field was also assumed to be parallel to the external surface of the surrounding air because most of the magnetic field is produced in the ferromagnetic material, not in the air (which is modeled as paramagnetic material).
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.
Masers and lasers are based on quantum mechanical principles in which energy is transferred from a pump source to a paramagnetic material. The pump source supplies electrons at a higher energy state.
1987; Smernik and Oades 1999), and the rectification of this problem by removing the paramagnetic material with various chemical treatments.