Magneton meaning

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Any unit of measurement of the magnetic moment of a molecular, atomic, or subatomic particle, especially the Bohr magneton or nuclear magneton.
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A unit of the magnitude of the magnetic moment of atoms or other particles.
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A unit of the magnetic dipole moment of a molecular, atomic, or subatomic particle. &diamf3; The Bohr magneton is defined as the magnetic dipole moment of the electron due to its inherent spin angular momentum, and is equal to 9.2741 × 10−24 joules per tesla. &diamf3; The nuclear magneton is defined using the electric charge and rest mass of the proton, and is equal to 5.0508 × 10−27 joules per tesla.
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(physics) Any of several units of magnetic moment of an atom, molecule or subatomic particle.
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