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magnetic resonance

The absorption or emission of electromagnetic energy by nuclei in a static magnetic field after excitation by a suitable resonance frequency magnetic field; the peak resonance frequency is proportional to the magnetic field, and given by the Larmor equation.
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magnetic resonance

The absorption or emission of electromagnetic energy by nuclei in a static magnetic field after excitation by a suitable resonance frequency magnetic field; the peak resonance frequency is proportional to the magnetic fiel, and given by the Larmor equation. See Magnetic responance imaging.
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