Essential System Phantom T1, T2, PD Values

≥106-0001 T1 Data

Measured officially at NIST Boulder at 3.0 T between 16°C and 26°C, and at 1.5 T at CMRI Headquarters at approximately 20°C.

Data is relevant to Essential System Phantom serial numbers ≥106-0001.

NIST Traceable

Data measured and published by NIST Boulder, the Magnetic Imaging Group (Report of Measurement: Magnetic Resonance Measurements for MRI Biomarkers: Proton Spin Relaxation Times, NIST Boulder, Certificate Number 80100S-20200610-C1).

Calibrations were for solutions and phantoms provided to the NIST/NIBIB lending library.

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≥106-0001 T2 Data

Measured officially at NIST Boulder at 3.0 T between 16°C and 26°C, and at 1.5 T at CMRI Headquarters at approximately 20°C.

Data is relevant to Essential System Phantom serial numbers ≥106-0001.

NIST Traceable

Data measured and published by NIST Boulder, the Magnetic Imaging Group (Report of Measurement: Magnetic Resonance Measurements for MRI Biomarkers: Proton Spin Relaxation Times, NIST Boulder, Certificate Number 80100S-20200610-C1).

Calibrations were for solutions and phantoms provided to the NIST/NIBIB lending library.

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≥106-0001 Proton Density Data

Measured officially at NIST Boulder at 3.0 T at approximately 20°C.

Data is relevant to Essential System Phantom serial numbers ≥106-0001.

NIST Traceable

Data measured and published by NIST Boulder, the Magnetic Imaging Group (Report of Measurement: Magnetic Resonance Measurements for MRI Biomarkers: Proton Spin Relaxation Times, NIST Boulder, Certificate Number 80100S-20200610-C1).

Calibrations were for solutions and phantoms provided to the NIST/NIBIB lending library.

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≥106-0001 Copper Sulfate Data

Measured officially at NIST Boulder at 3.0 T between 16°C and 26°C.

Data is relevant to Essential System Phantom serial numbers ≥106-0001.

NIST Traceable

Data measured and published by NIST Boulder, the Magnetic Imaging Group (Report of Measurement: Magnetic Resonance Measurements for MRI Biomarkers: Proton Spin Relaxation Times, NIST Boulder, Certificate Number 80100S-20200610-C1).

Calibrations were for solutions and phantoms provided to the NIST/NIBIB lending library.

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