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    SPelonis
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    We know from the equation:

    g = \hbar/\mu_N \hat{\mu}/\hat{I}

    that g is dimensionless and we can easily find it.

    For the $\{111}$Cd:
    -> gs: g = -1.188
    -> 5/2+: g = -0.2376

    For the electron:
    g = 2

    For the neutron:
    \mu = -1.913 nm

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