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I was wondering what energy is needed for a magnetic dipole transition (We can do this in pratice?)? Also what would make it change; type of force and magnitude? I was also wondering with energy of a atom when the proton and electron spins are aligned is higher than when they are not aligned. So the transition between these two states can occur through emission of a photon through a magnetic dipole transition. So when they are not aligned and the photon has been emitted does the spin orientation remain as is? Or will it want to go back to the previous state?
Re: What energy and field is needed for an atom magnetic dipole transition?
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