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    Sandrien Scholiers
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    The formula for a is:

    a = µB_J / IJ

    Since we can measure a_1 of the first isotope and we know µ_1 and I_1, we can evaluate the value of B_J/J. Since this value won’t change from isotope to isotope, we can use the same value for B_J/J in the formula of the second isotope. We also know a_2 and I_2 of the second isotope, so we can evaluate for the only unknown µ_2.

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