NMR under Confinement: Roots in Retrospect
Fundamentals of Diffusion Measurements using NMR
Two-dimensional NMR of Diffusion and Relaxation
Transport in Structured Media: Multidimensional PFG-NMR Applied to Diffusion and Flow Processes
Real Time PGSE NMR Through Direct Acquisition of Averaged Propagators in the Time Domain Using Pulsed Second Order Magnetic Fields
Beyond the Limits of Conventional Pulsed Gradient Spin Echo (PGSE) Diffusometry: Generalization of the Magnetization-grating Principle
Probing Exchange and Diffusion in Confined Systems by 129Xe NMR Spectroscopy
Diffusive Dynamics in Porous Materials as Probed by NMR Relaxation-based Techniques
Industrial Applications of Magnetic Resonance Diffusion and Relaxation Time Measurements
Confined Fluids: NMR Perspectives on Confinements and on Fluid Dynamics
NMR and Complementary Approaches to Establishing Structure–Transport Relationships in Disordered Porous Solids
Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Brain Tissue
Surface Effect Dominates Water Diffusion at Nanoscopic Length Scales
About this book
With the increasing role of porous solids in conventional and newly emerging technologies, there is an urgent need for a deeper understanding of fluid behaviour confined to pore spaces of these materials especially with regard to their transport properties. From its early years, NMR has been recognized as a powerful experimental technique enabling direct access to this information. In the last two decades, the methodological development of different NMR techniques to assess dynamic properties of adsorbed ensembles has been progressed. This book will report on these recent advances and look at new broader applications in engineering and medicine.
Having both academic and industrial relevance, this unique reference will be for specialists working in the research areas and for advanced graduate and postgraduate studies who want information on the versatility of diffusion NMR.