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In addition to this, there is the more recent development of ‘gradient shimming’. Unlike the simplex method (which gives the coil a tweak and looks at the result and then decides what to do next), gradient shimming acquires a map of the field and then works out which functions will make it more homogeneous. It then sets the values in the coils and doesn’t have to go through the iterative process of the simplex method. The simplex method takes longer for each shim that you optimise whereas the gradient approach will take the same length of time to do all of the ‘Z’ coils.

This is particularly true with 2-D acquisitions which can be very time-consuming. As discussed previously, we try to minimise the number of increments to save time. This gives rise to highly truncated data sets and poor resolution. This can be made to look a little prettier by adding a load of zeros to the experiment before Fourier transforming it. We call this (somewhat obviously) ‘zero filling’. Note that this doesn’t add any information but it does make the result look nicer. Linear prediction works in a different way by predicting what the missing (future) values would be, based on the existing (past) values.

One reason is the inability to detect XY magnetisation correctly; another is the fact that we are unable to collect the data as soon as the spins are excited. These limitations mean that we have to phase correct our spectrum so that we end up with a pure absorption spectrum. 2). 2 An absorption signal (below) and dispersion signal (above). 45 ppm P1: JYS c04 JWST025-Richards October 7, 2010 7:29 Printer: Yet to come Processing 37 The XY problem gives rise to a constant phase error across the spectrum, the delay problem gives a linear phase error.

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