gyromagnetic ratio

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gyromagnetic ratio

n.
The ratio of the magnetic moment to the intrinsic angular momentum of a spinning particle.
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gyromagnetic ratio

n
(General Physics) physics the ratio of the magnetic moment of a rotating charged particle, such as an electron, to its angular momentum
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where h is the reduced Plank's constant, [[omega].sub.H] is the proton magnetogyric ratio and Larmor frequency, respectively, [r.sub.ij] is the internuclear distance, and [[tau].sub.c] is the effective correlation time which modulates the i-j magnetic interaction.