New Determination of the Magnetic Moment of Proton in the Units of Nuclear Magneton
The magnetic moment of proton in nuclear magnetons is equal to the ratio of the nuclear magnetic resonance frequency to the cyclotron resonance frequency; it is therefore reasonable to assume that the precision of the determination of this ratio can be made very high.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Cyclotron Resonance Fundamental Constant Magnetic Field Profile Secondary Electron Multiplier
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