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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: spectroscopic method of measuring the characteristic energy absorbed and reemitted or dispersed by nuclei that are subjected to a static magnetic field and simultaneously irradiated with radiofrequency radiation; measurement of the magnetic moment of elementary particles such as atomic nuclei, protons or electrons.
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