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    WoutStoffels
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    S and L combine to form J=L-1/2 and J=L+1/2, so L=2.

    1) S=1/2,J=3/2, and L=2. So the g-factor = 0.8
    2) S=1/2,J=5/2, and L=2. So the g-factor = 1.2
    3) The above formula goes for free atoms. I don’t see how we could know what it is in solids at this point?

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