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Title: GR9277.077
Post by: conantee on September 26, 2010, 11:41:49 AM
77. Consider a heavy nucleus with spin \frac{1}{2}. The magnitude of the ratio of the intrinsic magnetic moment of this nucleus to that of an electron is
(A) zero, because the nucleus has no intrinsic magnetic moment
(B) greater than 1, because the nucleus contains many protons
(C) greater than 1, because the nucleus is so much larger in diameter than the electron
(D) less than 1, because of the strong interactions among the nucleons in a nucleus
(E) less than 1, because the nucleus has a mass much larger than that of the electron