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    Joeri
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    If we know I, J and µ1 for some element and we can experimentally determine a, we can learn the value of B. For an other isotope, J will be the same as this depends on the electron cloud and this one does not really change from one isotope to another. I think B also stays the same for different isotopes, so if we then measure a, we can calculate µ2 for this isotope since we also have I2 given.

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