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Abstract #0853

3D-printed RF coils for solution-state NMR: Towards low-cost, high-throughput arrays

R. Adam Horch 1,2 and John C. Gore 1,2

1 Department of Radiology & Radiological Sciences, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, United States, 2 Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Science, Nashville, TN, United States

3D printing with selective metallization is demonstrated as a new means to fabricate RF coils for solution-state NMR. Current capabilities allow construction of mm-scale solenoids with integral sample chambers for self-contained NMR probes, and 3D-printed microcoils are imminent given ongoing advances in technology. The unique properties of 3D printing enable facile construction of potentially thousands of coils at low cost, giving way to large coil arrays for high-throughput NMR and novel coil geometries.

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