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 Homework Statement:
 Calculate the apparent diffusion based on experimental data.
 Relevant Equations:

I = e^bD
b = gamma^2 * delta^2 * G^2 *(tau  delta/3)
Ok, so basically my task is to calculate the apparent diffusion D based on experimental data, which is kind of easy, BUT the problem is with unit of b...
Gamma is gyromagnetic ratio and can be expressed as: (s*T)^{1} or MHz/T > but I am not so sure, teacher did not specify
Delta is the pulse length: ms
G is the gradient of magnetic field: Gs/cm
tau  repetition time: ms
So I tried...
b = [(MHz/T)^{2}*(ms)^{2}*(Gs/cm)*ms] = [s/cm^{2} * 10^{5}]
How am I supposed to get b in s/cm^{2} from those units? How to let go that 10^5? Or maybe it's ok, but I'm missing something when it comes to understanding.
Gamma is gyromagnetic ratio and can be expressed as: (s*T)^{1} or MHz/T > but I am not so sure, teacher did not specify
Delta is the pulse length: ms
G is the gradient of magnetic field: Gs/cm
tau  repetition time: ms
So I tried...
b = [(MHz/T)^{2}*(ms)^{2}*(Gs/cm)*ms] = [s/cm^{2} * 10^{5}]
How am I supposed to get b in s/cm^{2} from those units? How to let go that 10^5? Or maybe it's ok, but I'm missing something when it comes to understanding.