paramagnetic spectra

paramagnetic spectra

[¦par·ə·mag′ned·ik ′spek·trə]
(spectroscopy)
Spectra associated with the coupling of the electronic magnetic moments of atoms or ions in paramagnetic substances, or in paramagnetic centers of diamagnetic substances, to the surrounding liquid or crystal environment, generally at microwave frequencies.
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