hyperpolarised love

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hyperpolarise.

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Examples

  • "The hyperpolarised effect is relatively short lived, it lasts up to 80 hours depending on how the gas is stored and transported, with the effectiveness decreasing during that time," Dr Friese said.

    The Times of India

  • A team at the University of Queensland has developed hyperpolarised helium gas for use in human MRIs - in fact, it has produced sufficient gas for a person to inhale and created an image of the person's airways.

    The Times of India

  • A team at the University of Queensland has developed hyperpolarised helium gas for use in human MRIs - in fact, it has produced sufficient gas for a person to inhale and created an image of the person's airways.

    The Times of India

  • "The hyperpolarised effect is relatively short lived, it lasts up to 80 hours depending on how the gas is stored and transported, with the effectiveness decreasing during that time," Dr Friese said.

    The Times of India

  • Scientists from the University of Queensland (UQ) have successfully developed the country's first hyperpolarised helium gas for use in human MRIs.

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  • 'The hyperpolarised effect is relatively short lived - it lasts up to 80 hours depending on how the gas is stored and transported, with the effectiveness decreasing during that time.'

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