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Table 1 Multiexponenatial T2 analysis

From: Inverse Laplace transform and multiexponential fitting analysis of T2 relaxometry data: a phantom study with aqueous and fat containing samples

Phantom study
Phantom samplesMono/biexponential prevalence (%)A1 ± SD (a.u.)T21 ± SD (ms)A2 ± SD (a.u.)T22 ± SD (ms)
Acetone98/2532 ± 202,231 ± 206
Double distilled water97/3893 ± 241,716 ± 240
Milk cream 35%0/100519 ± 21841 ± 16794 ± 236240 ± 55
Milk cream 20%5/95339 ± 24644 ± 24871 ± 261304 ± 66
Milk cream 15%10/90409 ± 35246 ± 26830 ± 374411 ± 48
Milk cream 12%15/851,012 ± 47200 ± 13
313 ± 20857 ± 35764 ± 225349 ± 64
One white, three yolks10/901,115 ± 4391 ± 2
518 ± 14146 ± 10674 ± 152177 ± 23
Three whites, one yolk40/601,021 ± 48258 ± 5
169 ± 11547 ± 33910 ± 154317 ± 50
One white, one yolk91/91,511 ± 7165 ± 2
One yolk0/100980 ± 3630 ± 243 ± 15236 ± 20
Corn oil0/100666 ± 18340 ± 121,044 ± 10193 ± 33
One white60/401,034 ± 31339 ± 7
123 ± 7450 ± 33954 ± 86395 ± 62
  1. a.u. Arbitrary units, A1 Relative amplitude of the short T2 component, A2 Relative amplitude of the long T2 component, T21 Short relaxation time, T22 Long relaxation time, SD Standard deviation