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Translational Dynamics and Magnetic Resonance Principles of Pulsed Gradient Spin Echo NMR,9780198700821
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Translational Dynamics and Magnetic Resonance Principles of Pulsed Gradient Spin Echo NMR



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Author Biography

Paul T. Callaghan, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

The late Paul Callaghan was a world leader in the use of magnetic field gradients to measure molecular translational motion, having led most of the major advances for the past 30 years. He was made Professor of Physics in 1984, and was appointed Alan MacDiarmid Professor of Physical Sciences in 2001. The sole-authored and co-authored output of Callaghan and his co-workers is represented by some 250 scientific papers and 3 patents, and by a definitive research monograph. This work was recognized by a Fellowship of the Royal Society of New Zealand (1991), The Royal Society of London (2001), the (European) Ampere Prize (2004), The (NZ) Cooper (1991), Mechaelis (1994), Hector (1998), and Rutherford Medals (2006), and by Callaghan's election as President of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance (2008), appointment as Associate Editor of the Journal of Magnetic Resonance (2009), and award of the Gunther Laukien Prize for Magnetic Resonance (2010).

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