Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an imaging technology used in radiology departments to take detailed pictures of the insides of a patient's body to help diagnose medical conditions. The MRI equipment are fitted with superconductive magnet coils that require liquid helium to keep them cold without disruption.
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Why is helium used in MRI magnets?
Helium is the only gas that boils at 4.2K in its liquid form which is the temperature required for the superconductive magnet coils.