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Nuclear Magnetic Moments

Nature volume 130, pages 402403 (10 September 1932) | Download Citation

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As a possible explanation of the anomalous g(I) factors of nuclear magnetic moments found in heavy and in light elements respectively by McLennan, McLay, and Crawford,1 and by me,2 it was suggested in both these papers that an orbital motion of some of the nuclear protons might fit the observed facts.

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  1. Imperial College of Science, South Kensington, London, Aug. 15.

    • S. TOLANSKY

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