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|Alphabetical Index of Photochem CAD Spectra
This is an index of all the chemical spectra from the PhotochemCAD package by Jonathan Lindsey. This excellent program allows rapid comparison of spectra and enables one to do a variety of photochemically relevant calculations.
|Calculation of B1 fields in MRI Coils by the Method of Moments |
Integral equation formulation for calculating the B1 fields of a MRI coil without and with a simulated body load have been used. Results for a single element agree with earlier results from FDTD calculations.
[Keywords: MRI, Calculation of B1 Fields, Integral Equation Method, Integral Equation Formula]
|Conversion Calculator |
Conversion factors corresponding to the U.S. Department of Commerce/National Institute of Standards and Technology
[Keywords: unit converter, calculator, calculations, medical conversions, SI units, Gray, Radiation Absorbed Dose, Sievert, Roentgen Equivalent in Man, Becquerel, Curie, Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Rankine, Réaumur, Grams, Ounces, Pounds, Meters, Inches, Feet, Yards, Miles, Liters, Quarts (US), Gallons (US), ]
|MasSim: the mass spectrometer simulator |
MasSim simulates the functioning of a real mass spectrometer.Ideal for education and research.
Three modes are provided, browser, student, and instructor.
In browser mode, spectra may be browsed, manipulated, annotated, and printed.
In instructor mode, spectra can be prepared for students use, including addition of simulated molecular ion peaks and
renaming (to disguise chemical names). ...
Mass Spectrometer Simulator,
spectral databas ...]
|MRI Calculation of Lung Volumes to
Predict Outcome in Fetuses with
The purpose of our study was to evaluate MRI total lung volumes (TLV) for
predicting outcome in fetuses with genitourinary abnormalities and to compare lung volumes with the presence or absence of oligohydramnios.
[Keywords: Fetus, Neonatal, Fetal, Lung Volume]
As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain;
and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.
- Albert Einstein