G Factor

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    q73240dp
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    Alot of people seem to be missing out the factor of the nuclear magneton, muN.
    g = (mu hbar) / (I muN)
    This applied to g.s gives: -2.47E-8
    Applied to 245Kev state gives: -6.37E-9

    For the free electron part, we only need to consider the spin component as it would have no orbital angular momentum as it is not in an orbit. Therefore using:
    gs = -(2 me muS) / (S e)
    gives: -2.11E-34

    For the free neutron part, simply rearrange the eqn from part one and sub in the numbers to give:
    -9.2E7

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