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Abstract

Since MRS (Magnetic Resonance Sounding)/SNMR (Surface Nuclear Magnetic Sounding) has proved to be a useful tool for the investigation of hydrological properties of the subsurface (Legchenko et al, 2002), the interest for laboratory NMR hasstrongly increased. In our work we therefore analysed the NMR properties of synthetic and natural unconsolidated samples to increase the understanding and interpretation of SNMR data. To verify the NMR measurements several other (petro)physical measurements have been performed.

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2003-09-01
2020-10-27
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