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Bruker 12T MRI instrument

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  1. MRI Scanner


  1. Resource Description
    "The Bruker 12T instrument is located in the Biomedical Research Building. The 11.75 Tesla (T) horizontal magnet has a clear bore diameter of 31 cm and the ID of the large gradient set is 20 cm. Higher gradient strengths and faster slew rates are available from a gradient insert that has an 9 cm ID. The RF transmitter unit contains two broadband frequency synthesizers and two digital RF transmitters capable of producing 180-600 MHz and 6‑365 MHz pulses, respectively, with each amplifier capable of ≥1 kW peak power. This instrument is equipped with a Resonance Research, Inc high-bandwidth shim power supply for demanding quantitative imaging and spectroscopy studies. TECHNICAL INFO: Field Strength/1H Frequency: 11.75 Tesla (T)/500 MHz Clear bore/Working bore [insert]: 31 cm/20 cm [9 cm] Gradient Strength/Slew Rate [20 cm insert]: ≥200 mT/m/ ≥1000 T/(m*s) Gradient Strength/Slew Rate [9 cm insert]: ≥750 mT/m/≥7500 T/(m*s) Transmit channels: 2 Receiver channels: 2 Length/Mass: 2.5m/12 tons (60 tons with iron shield) RADIO FREQUENCY COILS: The system is equipped with two actively RF-decoupled 1H volume resonators with ID/OD of 7.2/8.9 cm and 15.4/19.7 cm, respectively, a 1H 2 cm diameter surface receiver coil, and a 1H/31P double-tuned mini surface coil. ACCESSORIES: SA Instruments Inc animal monitoring and gating system (model 1025) Ventilator (model CWE) Gas anesthesia"
  2. Manufacturer
    Siemens AG
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  5. Related Technique
    Animal physiology monitoring
  6. Related Technique
    Magnetic resonance imaging
  7. Location
    Advanced Imaging Research Center
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