A new approach to the use of the previously proposed method called Electrical Mobility Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (EMMRS) has been worked out. It consists in obtaining mobility distribution, lifetimes, and activation energy of charge carriers by introducing into the medium a longitudinal elastic wave perpendicular to the electric field which causes displacement of charges (electrons, protons, ions, free radicals, and molecules related with charge carriers) present in the biological environment or inanimate matter. Such a method allows for determination of these quantities within small areas, thus offering possibilities for their imaging. We therefore suggest to call it Ionic Mobility MR Spectroscopy (IMMRS).
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