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    Jonas Hillen
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    1a)
    for the ground state:
    g = µh/(µ_N I)
    I = 1/2+ h
    µ = -0.5940 µ_N
    µ_N = 5.050783699(31)×10^−27 J/T
    ==> g = -1.2474

    for the 245 keV level:

    I = 5/2+h
    µ = -0.766 µ_N
    ==> g = -1.6086

    1b)
    In this case g = µ_S h/(µ_B S)
    µ_S = µ_B
    S = 1/2h
    ==> g = 2.1

    1c)
    In this case: g = µ h/(µ_N S), so µ/µ_N = gS/h
    g = -3.826
    = => µ/µ_N = -1.913

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