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    Dirac’s constant, quantum of interaction: \hbar = h/2pi = 1.05457180013e-34 J*s

    nuclear magneton \mu_N = 5.05e-27 J/T

    \mu_N/\hbar = 0.47904e+08 C/kg

    the point is the precision of the calculations

    value of magnetic moment
    \mu = (g * \mu_N * I)/\hbar

    \mu expressed in units of \mu_N

    g = (\hbar * \mu_N)/I

    (1.a)
    g-factor ground state level (I = 1) -> g = -0.62735018971
    g-factor 245 keV level (I = 5) -> g = -0.16162367409

    (1.b)
    s = 1/2
    \mu = \mu_B
    g < 0 spin and moment antiparallel
    g = – 1/s * \hbar = -2.10914360026

    (1.c)

    g = -3.826, I = 1

    \mu = -3.826 * 0.47904 * 1 = -1.83280704 [nuclear magnetons]

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