ABSTRACT: Single Point Imaging (SPI) is a 3D phase encoding MRI method proposed by S. Emid and J.H.N. Creyghton  to study solid state materials with a very short T(2) value (>50 micros). In this short communication experimental results of SPI applications to various industrial important solid materials, such as porosity of chocolate samples, connectivity of micro-channels in earth samples, etc. are reported.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging 19(3-4):501-3. · 1.99 Impact Factor