A magnetic resonance imaging technique based on intermolecular multiple-quantum coherences in solution (the correlated spectroscopy revamped by asymmetric z gradient echo detection or CRAZED experiment) is described here. Correlations between spins in different molecules were detected by magnetic-field gradient pulses. In order for a correlation to yield an observable signal, the separation between the two spins must be within a narrow band that depends on the area of the gradient pulses. The separation can be tuned from less than 10 micrometers to more than 1 millimeter, a convenient range for many applications.
|Number of pages||4|
|State||Published - 1995|