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    Tristan Boen
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    Since we can calculate the F, we can find the a for the first isotope. What we want is to find the magnetic moment of the second isotope, and for this we can measure the a of the second isotope. The ratio of these 2 a’s will correspond to the ratio of their F’s. So we can find F for the second isotope. Since we have I, we can determine the magnetic moment.

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