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  • ...determines the [[torque]], denoted here by '''τ''', it experiences in a [[magnetic flux density]] '''B''', namely '''τ''' = '''m × B'' ...n the spin of an elementary particle like an electron, or in the [[angular momentum]] of an atom.
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  • ...ed |author=Allan H. Morrish |url=http://www.amazon.com/Physical-Principles-Magnetism-Allan-Morrish/dp/078036029X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1293298527&sr *{{cite book |title=Magnetism in the solid state: an introduction |author=Peter Mohn |url=http://books
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  • A vector property of an object that determines the torque it experiences in a magnetic flux density.
    100 B (17 words) - 18:53, 20 December 2010
  • {{r|Angular momentum (classical)}} {{r|Angular momentum coupling}}
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  • ...per unit volume, ''V'' of a material, defined in terms of the '''magnetic moments''' of its constituents by: ...to align its moment with the field. Here, ''N'' is the number of magnetic moments in the volume ''V''. The M-field is measured in [[Ampere (unit)|amperes]]
    23 KB (3,481 words) - 19:29, 25 December 2010
  • ...onality between the [[magnetic moment]] ('''''&mu;''''') and the [[angular momentum]]('''''J''''') of an object: ...h is given (in radians/s) by the product of the field strength and the gyromagnetic ratio.<ref name = Larmor>
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  • ...the torque the object experiences in a magnetic field tending to align its moment with the field.
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  • ...nuclei in the presence of a magnetic field by using radio frequency electromagnetic radiation.<ref> I. I. Rabi.(1937) Phys. Rev., 51 652</ref><ref>N. Bloemb Pulses of radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation can be used to perturb the nuclear spin systems in a variety of
    39 KB (6,023 words) - 14:55, 8 September 2013
  • {{r|Gyromagnetic ratio}} {{r|Magnetic constant}}
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  • ...determines the [[torque]], denoted here by '''τ''', it experiences in a [[magnetic flux density]] '''B''', namely '''τ'''&nbsp;=&nbsp;'''m&nbsp;×&nbsp;B'' ...n the spin of an elementary particle like an electron, or in the [[angular momentum]] of an atom.
    20 KB (3,045 words) - 16:21, 29 June 2011
  • {{r|Magnetism}} {{r|Magnetic constant}}
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  • ...ativity]], but has been superseded by the [[Standard Model]], where electromagnetic force is combined with the [[weak force]] to become a theory of the ''ele ...ed]], introducing the concept of the [[photon]]. The strength of an electromagnetic field is determined by the number of photons of that field that are prese
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  • ...or MRS) is a [[spectroscopy|spectroscopic]] method that uses the [[nuclear magnetic resonance]] principle to manipulate the spin states of atomic nuclei to i ...[magnetogyric ratio]] of the [[isotope]] studied, and observing the electromagnetic signals emitted as the high energy states relax back to an equilibrium st
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  • corresponding to a nuclear [[magnetic moment]] of:<ref name=NIST5> ...http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?munn|search_for=neutron+magnetic+moment |publisher=NIST |accessdate=2011-03-28}}
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  • ...lar to those of a spinning macroscopic body, however, nuclear spin angular momentum is a ''fundamental property'' that ''cannot'' be explained in terms of an ...ts direction is also restricted to certain directions in the presence of a magnetic field.
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  • {{r|Magnetism}} {{r|Magnetic moment}}
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  • ...tician and physicist [[Carl Friedrich Gauss]], who was the first to define magnetic units. ...ussian units than in SI units. In addition, the various formulas of electromagnetism are easier to remember in Gaussian units than in SI units. Because they
    11 KB (1,498 words) - 09:46, 29 August 2009
  • ...echniques. The elements with non-vanishing nuclear spin are said to be '''magnetic nuclei'''. We refer to the articles on [[NMR]] and [[MRI]] for the use ...ing nuclear spin possess a [[magnetic moment]] and hence can be studied by magnetic resonance techniques. The prediction whether a nucleus has spin belongs
    15 KB (2,460 words) - 11:15, 30 October 2014
  • |[[a.u. magnetic flux density]] |[[magnetic flux density]]
    13 KB (1,942 words) - 00:16, 9 September 2011
  • {{r|Magnetization}} {{r|Magnetic moment}}
    873 B (113 words) - 14:04, 20 April 2011
  • ...y between the [[magnetic moment]] and [[Angular momentum (quantum)|angular momentum]] of an object.
    129 B (17 words) - 18:48, 28 March 2011
  • ...y factor relating [[magnetic moment]] of sub-atomic particles expressed in magnetons to [[Pauli spin matrices|spin ]].
    136 B (17 words) - 16:46, 30 March 2011
  • ...etimes just the ''H''-field. In fact, some authors refer to '''B''' as the magnetic field and to '''H''' as an auxiliary field. ...like [[electron]]s, and their orbital [[Angular momentum (quantum)|angular momentum]].
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  • corresponding to a proton [[magnetic moment]] of about 2.79 nuclear magnetons (''&mu;<sub>N</sub>''):<ref name=NIST3> ...ts |url=http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?eqmun|search_for=nuclear+magneton |publisher=NIST |accessdate=2011-03-28}}
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