The gyromagnetic ratio of the sample material is the fundamental physical constant that underlies NMR magnetometry (see our article on NMR and EPR Technology). Therefore, if you want to know exactly how the measurements of our NMR magnetometers relate back to international metrological standards, you need to know what gyromagnetic ratio is built into our instruments, and where those values came from. Here’s the story.
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