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A Two-Dimensional Relaxation Study of the Evolving Microstructure in a Mixed Biopolymer Gel

10-Mar-2010 | C. Iuliano, R. B. Piggott, L. Venturi, B. P. Hills, Applied Magnetic Resonance, 2010

It is shown that two-dimensional (2-D) T 1–T 2 relaxation spectra are sensitive to the changing microstructure in a model food system comprising water-in-water gelatin–agarose gelled emulsions. This 2-D relaxation–microstructure relationship suggests that T 1–T 2 spectra have the potential of ...

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Application of NMR Spectroscopy and Imaging in Heterogeneous Biocatalysis

16-Nov-2009 | Irina I. Koptyug, Anna A. Lysova, Galina A. Kovalenko, Larisa V. Perminova, Igor V. Koptyug, Applied Magnetic Resonance, 2009

Heterogeneously catalyzed enzymatic glucose isomerization was considered as a model process to extend the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging techniques to the studies of biocatalytic processes and heterogeneous biocatalysts. It has been demonstrated ...

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The Effect of Body Position on Flavor Release and Perception: Implications for fMRI Studies

31-Oct-2008 | J. Hort, S. Redureau, T. Hollowood, L. Marciani, S. Eldeghaidy, K. Head, J. Busch, R. C. Spiller, S. Francis, P. A. ..., Chemosensory Perception, 2008

Increasingly functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of the brain is being used to assess the cortical response to flavor perception. fMRI requires the subject to adopt a supine position; hence, if the results from such experiments are to be meaningfully extrapolated to flavor perception, it ...

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Hot extrusion process for Nd-Fe-B magnets

03-Mar-2008 | A. S. Kim, V. K. Chandhok, E. J. Dulis, Journal of Materials Engineering, 2008

Hot extrusion, hot rolling, and die upsetting processes have been developed for fabricating Nd-Fe-B permanent magnets. Unlike the conventional sintering process, these processes result in the formation of a [100] texture and a preferred direction of magnetization. The primary advantage of the hot ...

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