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Published On: 18-02-2021Categories: In Evidence, Press Clipping

A major step to achieve superior diagnostic quality at low and medium fields was the invention of wires and coils using magnesium diboride (MgB2). For some years now they have been commercially created, eliminating the need for liquid helium and possible quenches. MgB2 machines require one liter of helium to keep its superconducting magnet cold, compared with hundreds of liters for old-type high-field machines.

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