Pore characterization through propagator-resolved transverse relaxation exchange
We use the propagator-resolved transverse relaxation exchange experiment to characterize the pore space and fluid behavior of water saturated, tight-packed quartz sand. The experiment uses T2 exchange plots to observe the number of molecules that shift their environment for a range of mixing times. The propagator dimension allows us to determine how far the molecules have moved. The peak intensities are integrated and then plotted as a function of displacement and mixing time. We also model our...[Show more]
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|Source:||Physical Review E-Statistical, Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics|
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