By D.J. Sellmyer, Ralph Skomski
"Advanced Magnetic Nanostructures is dedicated to the fabrication characterization, experimental research, theoretical knowing, and usage of complex magnetic nanostructures. the point of interest is on a number of forms of 'bottom-up' and 'top-down' synthetic nanostructures, as contrasted to clearly happening magnetic nanostructures comparable to iron-oxide inclusions in magnetic rocks, and to buildings similar to ideal skinny films." "Industrial and educational researches in magnetism and similar components corresponding to nanotechnology, fabrics technology, and theoretical solid-state physics will locate this booklet a priceless resource."--Jacket. learn more... advent -- Spin-polarized digital constitution / A. Kashyap, R. Sabirianov, and S.S. Jaswal -- Nanomagnetic types / R. Skomski and J. Zhou -- Nanomagnetic simulations / T. Schrefl ... [et al.] -- Nanoscale structural and magnetic characterization utilizing electron microscopy / D.J. Smith, M.R. McCartney, and R.E. Dunin-Borkowski -- Molecular nanomagnets / W. Wernsdorfer -- Magnetic nanoparticles / M.J. Bonder, Y. Huang, and G.C. Hadjipanayis -- Cluster-assembled nanocomposites / Y.F. Xu, M.L. Yan and D.J. Sellmyer -- Self-assembled nanomagnets / S. solar -- Patterned nanomagnetic motion pictures / J.C. Lodder -- Media for terribly excessive density recording / D. Weller and T. McDaniel -- Hard-magnetic nanostructures / S. Rivoirard and D. Givord -- tender magnetic nanostructures and functions / ok. Suzuki and G. Herzer -- Nanostructures for spin electronics / P.P. Freitas ... [et al.] -- Nanobiomagnetics / D.L. Leslie-Pelecky, V. Labhasetwar, and R.H. Kraus, Jr
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35), it is only the variation of the magnetization @M @t that can be detected using electromagnetic induction. This is, however, not a drawback of the induction method as it is not the particle dynamics, which MPI aims to image but the particle concentration. The latter can be factored out of the magnetization change @M @t due to the linear dependency described in Sect. 2. 35). e. the object to be imaged. r/ denotes the receive coil sensitivity, which contains all geometrical parameters of the coil, for instance, the path of the wire determining the size of the enclosed surface S .
25 is wider in the transversal direction of FFP movement than in the direction of FFP movement. 5 Fig. 27 3D Cartesian trajectory generated by three sinusoidal drive-field currents with frequencies fx D ND fy D ND2 fz for ND D 6 along a different direction. Although this can increase the resolution in y-direction, it has the drawback that the sampling density is decreased, when considering a constant acquisition time. 94) In this way the volume is scanned slice by slice, where the selection of the slice is done by the drive field orientated in z-direction (see Fig.
Thus, it is possible to compute the particle distribution given the known signal profiles for all positions in the FOV. 5 Convolution with the FFP Kernel As we have seen in the last section, the signals induced by different particles in space are shifted according to their position. Hence, the question arises, whether the imaging equation can be mathematically described by a convolution, which is a property of linear shift-invariant systems. As it is shown next, for 1D imaging the system can indeed be formulated as a convolution.