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- adj. gyromagnetic
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The nuclear spin magnetic moment is proportional to the nuclear spin angular momentum and the constant of proportionality is known as the magnetogyric ratio.
The magnetogyric ratio may be either positive or negative.
As a consequence, for a given value of the applied field, nuclei in different molecules and even nuclei in different parts of the same molecule may encounter different net values of the magnetic field - this results in a variation in the resonance frequency. magnetogyric ratio.
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