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To distinguish this shorter transversal relaxation time from the T2 after the 180° pulse, it is called T*2 (T2 star). The corresponding effects are named T*2-effects. These T*2-effects are important with the so-called fast imaging sequences (see page 81). In our example with the buses this would mean that we just record the signals as the buses drive away. The signals vanish due to extrinsic (bus speed) and intrinsic (exhaustion of the passengers) properties under these circumstances (see fig. 36).

What does this do? The 180° pulse acts like a rubber wall; it makes the protons turn around, so that they precess in exactly the opposite direction, which is clockwise in figure 33d. The result is that the faster precessing protons are now behind the slower ones. If we wait another time TE/2, the faster ones will have caught up with the slower ones (fig. 33f). At that time the protons are nearly in phase again, which results in a stronger transversal magnetization, and thus in a stronger signal again.

And this is illustrated in figure 33 for three protons, which are almost exactly in phase in (a) but increasingly spread out, as they have different precession frequencies (b and c). The loss of phase coherence results in decreasing transversal magnetization and thus loss of signal. Now we do something new: after a certain time (which we call TE/2, half of TE, for reasons you will understand in a few minutes) we send in a 180° pulse. What does this do? The 180° pulse acts like a rubber wall; it makes the protons turn around, so that they precess in exactly the opposite direction, which is clockwise in figure 33d.

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