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nu'clear magnet'ic res'onance



Physics.
the selective absorption of electromagnetic radiation by an atomic nucleus in the presence of a strong, static, magnetic field: used in research and in medicine to monitor tissue metabolism and to distinguish between normal and abnormal cells. Cf. MRI. Abbr.: NMR

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