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nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

That branch of spectroscopy that applies to the study of interactions between energy and atomic nuclei. The simultaneous application of a strong magnetic field and the radiation from a radio-frequency source to the nuclei results in transitions between energy states of the nuclear spin, and the energy needed to incite these transitions can be measured.
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