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How is the magnetic field generated in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)?



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The magnetic field is generated by semiconducting coils with the help of liquid chlorine.

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The magnetic field is generated by semiconducting coils with the help of liquid helium.

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The magnetic field is generated by superconducting with the help of liquid chlorine.

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The magnetic field is generated by superconducting coils with the help of liquid helium.

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The correct option is B

The magnetic field is generated by superconducting coils with the help of liquid helium.


In Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), superconducting coils are used for generating magnetic fields, with the help of liquid helium.


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