T2

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T2

A 6.312 Mbps point-to-point, digital dedicated line provided by the telephone companies. A T2 line provides 96 64-Kbps voice or data channels. See T-carrier and DS.
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The transverse relaxation time of the elastomers increased as the weight fraction of elastic chains decreased.
For echo times from 6 ms to 96 ms, the signal amplitude for the lower part of the sample is larger; the reason is that the water-rich lower part of the sample has a longer transverse relaxation time than the fat-rich upper part, so that in the detected echo the remaining magnetization for the water- rich part is larger than that for the fat-rich part.
Values as high as 140 h, potentially limited by magnetic field gradients, have been observed for the transverse relaxation time T2 in sealed low pressure cells [58].

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