Difference Between The Earth's Magnetic Field & That Of A NMR Tomograph
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Difference Between The Earth's Magnetic Field & That Of A NMR Tomograph

The difference is too big for most normal measuring instruments to measure the difference, that's for sure. The earth’s static magnetic field is around 40μT, but a nuclear magnetic resonance tomograph can easily generate between 1 and 7 Tesla. That’s around ten to the power of five times as much or 100 dB in telecommunications engineer’s language.

Choosing the right product to measure earth’s magnetic field is important to ensure you are always ready and able to measure these fields. The HP-01 from Narda can measure all three types of fields, isotropically and in accordance with standards. It has a wide measurement range from 10 µT to 10 T (dynamic range 120 dB) and can be used in a range of applications including Magnetic Resonance Tomography (MRT), Electric Mobility, Electrolysis, Magnetic Stirrers and Applications Involving Permanent Magnets, Direct Current Motors and Generators.

To learn more about the HP-01 Magnometer by Narda click here.

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Wed. 14 Mar 2018

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Difference Between The Earth's Magnetic Field & That Of A NMR Tomograph