Science, volume 194, no.4272, pp.1430-32. Washington, 1976. 4° (280 x 209mm). SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR at the beginning of his article and a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH of him inside front cover. Cloth, original wrappers preserved). The first demonstration of tumour detection by nuclear magnetic resonance. Gedeon pp.486-91." /> DAMADIAN, Raymond (b.1936). "Field Focusing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (FONAR): Visualization of a Tumor in a Live Animal", in: <I>Science</I>, volume 194, no.4272, pp.1430-32. Washington, 1976. 4° (280 x 209mm). SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR at the beginning of his article and a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH of him inside front cover. Cloth, original wrappers preserved). The first demonstration of tumour detection by nuclear magnetic resonance. Gedeon pp.486-91.|
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    DAMADIAN, Raymond (b.1936). "Field Focusing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (FONAR): Visualization of a Tumor in a Live Animal", in: Science, volume 194, no.4272, pp.1430-32. Washington, 1976. 4° (280 x 209mm). SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR at the beginning of his article and a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH of him inside front cover. Cloth, original wrappers preserved). The first demonstration of tumour detection by nuclear magnetic resonance. Gedeon pp.486-91.

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    DAMADIAN, Raymond (b.1936). "Field Focusing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (FONAR): Visualization of a Tumor in a Live Animal", in: Science, volume 194, no.4272, pp.1430-32. Washington, 1976. 4° (280 x 209mm). SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR at the beginning of his article and a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH of him inside front cover. Cloth, original wrappers preserved). The first demonstration of tumour detection by nuclear magnetic resonance. Gedeon pp.486-91.

    LAUTERBUR, Paul (1929-2007). "Image Formation by Induced Local Interactions: Examples employing Nuclear Magnetic Resonance", in: Nature, volume 242, no.5394, pp.190-91. London and Washington, 1973. 4° (272 x 201mm). Inscribed by the author to Andras Gedeon at the beginning of his article. Cloth. 'Lauterbur presents a novel approach to image formation ("zeugmatography"), where a point in an object is characterised through its joint interaction with two external fields', Gedeon pp.499-504.

    And 2 others: Rabi, Bloch, Damadian and Ernst. Various articles in various publications contained in a folding cloth box (various places, 1938-97) and Bloch, Nicodemus and Staub's A Quantitative Determination of the Magnetic Moment of the Neutron in Units of the Proton Moment (n.p., 1948). (4)


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