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written by Joseph Hornak
This textbook contains a comprehensive tour of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) including the underlying mathematics and physics, image processing, and also  job opportunities. This textbook also includes homework problems with solutions.
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Modern Physics
- Nuclear Physics
Quantum Physics
- Spin and Finite Dimensional Systems
- Informal Education
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© 1996 J.P. Hornak
NMR, fourier, imaging science, relaxation, spin, tomography
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