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Generation of a locally homogeneous magnetic field.

By Ge Wang (56838), Jie Zhang (64655), Hao Gao (154820), Victor Weir (154821), Hengyong Yu (154822), Wenxiang Cong (154823), Xiaochen Xu (154824), Haiou Shen (154825), James Bennett (154826), Mark Furth (154827), Yue Wang (65477) and Michael Vannier (154828)


<p>(a) The magnetic flux from four permanent blocks. The square area (20×20 cm<sup>2</sup>) represents a region of interest (ROI) where the magnetic flux ranges from 0.208 to 0.211Tesla; (b) and (c) the magnetic flux plots along the x- and y-axes respectively. Each magnetic block is of 40×40×20 cm<sup>3</sup>, with a gap of 2 cm between two parts of each magnetic pole.</p

Topics: Biophysics, Cell Biology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Science Policy, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Mathematical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Physical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Information Systems not elsewhere classified, tomography, Simultaneous Interior Tomography, tomographic modalities, other, PET-MRI, SPECT-CT, ROI, imaging modalities, omni-tomography, fusion, MRI, CT, approach, PET-CT, SPECT
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039700.g004
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