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What is the energy difference between the anti-parallel and parallel states of the hydrogen nucleus in a 1.5T and a 3T magnetic field and what are the units of energy measured in?

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is that your homework :)? - Evgeny Fadeev (Aug 25 '09 at 17:28)

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For a given state

E = -hbar gamma m B
m is one of (-1/2;1/2) proton spin states
gamma - proton gyromagnetic ratio in 1/(Tesla*s)
hbar - reduced Planck constant in m2kg/s

Difference between two states of a proton will be

|delta E| = hbar gamma B

Substitute values into the formula and get delta E in Joules or convert to other energy units.

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answered Aug 25 '09 at 17:25

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updated Aug 25 '09 at 17:29

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