neutron magnetic moment


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neutron magnetic moment

[′nü‚trän mag¦ned·ik ′mō·mənt]
(nuclear physics)
A vector whose scalar product with the magnetic flux density gives the negative of the energy of interaction of a neutron with a magnetic field.
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Along with providing more precise values for the Strong Nuclear Charge and Weak Nuclear Relationship, three other measurements where they predict a slightly different value than the Standard Model are in the Casimir equation, the neutron magnetic moment, and neutron g-factor.
The neutron magnetic moment will follow the magnetic field direction if the adiabatic condition is fulfilled:
The projection of the neutron magnetic moment on the magnetic field direction is an adiabatic invariant.