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Compensation of radiation damping during selective pulses in NMR spectroscopy

A wide variety of amplitude- or phase-modulated pulses, which are designed for selective excitation, inversion or refocusing, are severely perturbed by radiation damping effects in the presence of a large macroscopic magnetization. A general method is presented to compensate for radiation damping during the application of selective radiofrequency pulses. This method, which has general applicability for any amplitude- or frequency-modulated radiofrequency pulse, is demonstrated exptl. for inversion pulses. [on SciFinder (R)]

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    • LRMB-ARTICLE-1999-003

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