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  • The '''gyromagnetic ratio''' (sometimes ''magnetogyric ratio''), ''&gamma;'', is the constant of proportionality between the [[magnetic ...n (in radians/s) by the product of the field strength and the gyromagnetic ratio.<ref name = Larmor>
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Magnetogyric ratio]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • The '''gyromagnetic ratio''' (sometimes ''magnetogyric ratio''), ''&gamma;'', is the constant of proportionality between the [[magnetic ...n (in radians/s) by the product of the field strength and the gyromagnetic ratio.<ref name = Larmor>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Gyromagnetic ratio]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Gyromagnetic ratio]]
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  • It has a [[gyromagnetic ratio]]<ref name=NIST2> ...l=http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?gammae|search_for=gyromagnetic+ratio |work=The NIST reference on constants, units, and uncertainty |accessdate=2
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  • ...f proportionality is known as the [[gyromagnetic ratio]]. The gyromagnetic ratio may be either positive or negative. Therefore, the nuclear spin magnetic mo
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  • ...gative nuclear spins because, compared to atoms with positive gyromagnetic ratios, the nuclei align in the opposite direction and therefore also precess (ro
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  • {{r|Gyromagnetic ratio}}
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  • ::: <math>\gamma_I</math> and <math>\gamma_S</math> are the [[gyromagnetic ratio]]s of spins I and S respectively
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  • {{r|gyromagnetic ratio}} {{r|Atomic electron configuration}}
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  • Magnetometers are used in [[geophysical survey]]s to find changes in concentration of magnetic minerals in geologic formations (and also deposits of [[iron]] ...e strength of Earth's magnetic field is called the ''proton [[gyromagnetic ratio]]'', and is equal to 0.042576 Hertz per [[nanotesla]] (Hz/nT).
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  • ...elated to their intrinsic magnetic properties through their [[gyromagnetic ratio]]s.
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  • ...[Boltzmann constant]]. "Thus vacuum energy can be made observable by acceleration."<ref name=Brunner/> ...f [[energy level]]s of atoms, anomalous value of electron's [[gyromagnetic ratio]], etc.
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  • ...t includes certain particular rotations, reflections, translations, and operations called ''glides'' and ''screws''. Subgroups of the [[space groups]] are t ...lity between magnetic moment and angular momentum using the [[gyromagnetic ratio]], and attempts to explain its origin based upon [[quantum electrodynamics]
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  • </ref> The connection is made via the [[gyromagnetic ratio]], the proportionality factor between magnetic moment and spin or angular m ...so, as the magnetic flux density is increased the separation of the configurations increases and the lower energies become more populated.<ref name=Kittel>
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  • The amplitude, frequency, phase and duration of pulses of radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation, as well as static ...f proportionality is known as the [[magnetogyric ratio]]. The magnetogyric ratio may be either positive or negative. Therefore, the nuclear spin magnetic mo
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  • ...is proportional to both the applied magnetic field and the [[magnetogyric ratio]] of the [[isotope]] studied, and observing the electromagnetic signals emi The amplitude, frequency, phase and duration of pulses of radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation, as well as static
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