Nuclear-magnetic-resonance Definition

A phenomenon exhibited by various atomic nuclei when placed in a strong magnetic field, in which they absorb energy from specific, high-frequency radio waves: the measurements of the magnetic moments of these nuclei, esp. of hydrogen, are used in medical diagnostics, chemical research, etc. to study the nature and structure of matter.
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