Über die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolekülen und das magnetische Moment des Protons. II

  title={{\"U}ber die magnetische Ablenkung von Wasserstoffmolek{\"u}len und das magnetische Moment des Protons. II},
  author={I. Estermann and Otto Stern},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik},
ZusammenfassungGenauere Ablenkungsversuche an Wasserstoffmolekularstrablen (s. Teil I) ergaben für das magnetische Moment des Protons den Wert μp=2,5 Kernmagnetonen mit einem Fehler von höchstens 10% und fÜr das Botationsmoment μR des Wasserstoffmoleküls 0,8 bis 0,9 Kernmagnetonen pro Botationsquant. 
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