The frequency of a magnet in MHz is actually the frequency that a proton (1H) will resonate in that magnetic field. For a 21.1 Tesla field, the 1H will resonate at 900 MHz. Nuclear resonance is field strength dependent for all nuclei.
Besides, how strong is a 1 Tesla magnetic field?
The typical strength of the Earth's magnetic field at its surface is around a half a gauss. So those are everyday units of magnetic fields. There are 10,000 gauss in one tesla. The magnets that we have here at the Magnet Lab range anywhere from 20 tesla all the way up to to 45 tesla for DC fields.
Also Know, what is a Tesla equivalent to?
The tesla (symbol: T) is a derived unit of the magnetic induction (also, magnetic flux density) in the International System of Units. One tesla is equal to one weber per square metre.
What is the magnetic field of the earth in Tesla?
The magnetic field strength at the Earth's magnetic equator is 0.0000305 tesla, or 0.305 x 10-4 T.
What frequency does NMR use?
In the NMR experiment, photons with frequencies in the radio frequency (RF) range are used. In NMR spectroscopy, f lies between 60 and 800 MHz for hydrogen nuclei. In clinical MRI, f is typically between 15 and 80 MHz for hydrogen imaging.