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« on: August 04, 2016, 05:32:22 am »
Can some one tell us how to calculate the relaxation time of "water" in a 1T magnetic field?

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« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2016, 01:48:20 am »
I didn't ask WHY it's needed....but I do appreciate your interpretation and answer to the question.I must apologize for not making it as clear as possible.
If it's the " silly questions" topic heading that has offended you this time....well, suck it up buttercup,not everything is about you.
If it's "why" you would like to know,I'd be happy to "explain " that to you.... I would however like to know your INTERPRETATION of why it's needed (so ill know what level of explaination will be required)now that you mentioned it.I see you posted a picture of wat appears to be an interpretation of Stans gas processer suggesting the relaxation time of "water " is part of it. (G.P.)
 I'm not sure I can ask  my question any simpler but I will try.....
Can ANYBODY reply with an EQUATION or explanation on HOW to calculate the relaxation time of "water ".....
I also see a lot of - know how - claims (as usual)that may not seem all that obvious to some viewers ;)
What "bothers me" with the latest -know how- claim is the mentioned 1T magnetic field claim without a more reasonable example...along with the " find out for yourselves "  statement with regards to the latest -know how- claim.

You'll have to forgive me for  not engaging with the non topic portion( irrelevant,to far behind) of your response to my question.

You mention a relaxation time of water...post a picture of part of an interpretation of a gas processor. ..no mention or relation to a pickup coil and you throw Seb under the bus....yep...I'd say ....eh. ..im. just glad I know how I look when my picture is took.
Now you can tell me and the rest of "us" how stupid and deaf we are....and how it's the world that's screwed up,not you.
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Re: silly questions
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2016, 08:01:19 am »

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« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2016, 15:54:04 pm »

yknow you could google

http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Nuclear/spinrel.html

I'm pretty sure Woodside and anybody else that has built Stans scanning circuit could give you better information and a more precise time....I'd bout bet the equation I was asking about could be found in Stans T.B.....but that's just my opinion...Mayb Ed will point that out in a private message being it goes beyond Stans patents lol.
I may attempt to try and help you understand any how....
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« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2016, 16:02:16 pm »
SIMPLEST Quantum Example - electron spin - SUSSKI…:


You should be working with Stans scanning circuit, (.25uT  to .2mT ) remember
4250 ×magnetic field .(10.625 to 10,625 )
you should measure the strength of the magnetic field....with a resonate frequency of 5,000 cps it seems reasonable to aim for a predictive Gaussian value which in that example would be 1.1gauss.
With a requirement of 1.1 gauss there will have to be  additional ions to lower the time rate because we know it takes a 1,826 gauss field with a glass full of ordinary water....my guess you won't get a signal without adding an electrolyte or waiting long enough for the cell to create the right amount.
Puharich gives a current to voltage ratio,  in my opinion would need to be a starting point with this as well.
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