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    Title: Magnetic resonance microsystems for life science applications
    Authors: Fan, L.-S.
    Huang, W.-S.
    Cheng, C.-L.
    Chu, P.-J.
    Hao, H.-C.
    Hsieh, C.Y.
    Hsu, S.H.
    Chin, A.
    Hsueh, K.
    Lee, C.-C.
    Chang, J.
    Liu, E.
    Huang, A.
    Chien, C.
    Yeh, A.
    Chen, J.-H.
    Wu, W.
    Lai, C.
    Date: 2005
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
    Keywords: biomedical electrodes
    biomedical NMR
    finite element analysis
    microelectrodes
    micromechanical devices
    Abstract: Nuclear magnetic (MR) resonance spectroscopy and imaging technique are powerful methods available for determining molecular structures and non-invasive 3D imaging. In the effort of developing a nanoMRI microsystem, the authors have designed, fabricated, assembled and did preliminary characterization of the nanoMRI probe. A multilayer high aspect ratio metal process has been developed for this project. NanoMRI probes are designed through multi-physics finite element 3D analysis, integrated using the high aspect ratio process, assembled, and the RF coils are matched and tuned to a 500MHz system. Due to the large magnetic field gradients and fast switching gradient coils, the high mass-sensitivity and additional orthogonal RF signal channels, special MR pulse sequencies (Lauterbur et al., 1992) can be developed for imaging and molecular structural analysis
    Relation Link: http://www.ieee.org/portal/site
    URI: http://nthur.lib.nthu.edu.tw/handle/987654321/12996
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