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    1a) The GS of 111-Cd has spin I=1/2 and mu=-0.595.
    The first ES has spin I=5/2 and mu=-0.766
    so g=mu/I=-0.306

    1b) An electron has spin I=1/2 and mu = 1mu_b = 1836 mu_n, where mu_n is the nuclear magneton. So g=mu[in mu_n]/I=3672.87

    1c) The neutron has also spin I=1/2. So its magnetic moment is mu=g*I=-1.913mu_n

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