[lahr-mawr] /ˈlɑr mɔr/

noun, Physics.
the precession of charged particles, as electrons, placed in a magnetic field, the frequency of the precession (Larmor frequency) being equal to the electronic charge times the strength of the magnetic field divided by 4π times the mass.
precession of the orbit of an electron in an atom that is subjected to a magnetic field


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