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The use of nuclear magnetic resonance to measure water content (a component of brine volume) and the diffusivity of liquid water in sea ice
Entry ID: K131_1994_1998_NZ_1

Abstract: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is able to discriminate signals arising from nuclei hosted by molecules in the solid state, from those in a liquid state and was therefore used to examine the state of the brine water component of sea ice. Water content (a component of brine volume) and the diffusivity of liquid water were both measured in a range of samples in the hope to measure brine water ... View entire text
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  N: -77.63   S: -77.63   E: 166.33   W: 166.33

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Start Date: 1994-10-09
Stop Date: 1994-12-18
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Callaghan, P.T. Eccles, C.D. Seymour, J.D. An Earth’s field nuclear magnetic resonance apparatus suitable for pulsed gradient spin echo measurements of self-diffusion under Antarctic conditions. Review of scientific instruments 68(11): 4263-4270, 1997.

Callaghan, P.T. Eccles, C.D. Haskell, T.G. Langhorne, P.J. Seymour, J.D. Earth’s field NMR in Antarctica: a pulsed gradient ... View entire text
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