Editor(s): Daniel D. Traficante
Consolidates the lore of magnetic resonance into effective and easily understandable presentations for practitioners
The journal provides a forum for researchers to discuss fundamental aspects of magnetic resonance, both old and new, that relate to their research, but are difficult to include in a research paper. Such articles are clearly valuable to the larger magnetic resonance community in conveying an understanding of basic principles and are expected to be useful for instruction in research settings.
The target audience consists of advanced undergraduate and graduate students, laboratory technical personnel, scientists new to magnetic resonance, and to more experienced scientists who wish to broaden their comprehension of magnetic resonance concepts as the field grows and expands.
Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A