Schmidt line

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The Schmidt lines (after Theodor Schmidt ) are a term from nuclear physics , atomic physics and solid state physics . They are the result of Schmidt's investigations into optical hyperfine structure splitting and represent the points in a diagram in which the magnetic moments of different nuclei are plotted against their spins. This makes it possible to draw conclusions about the internal structure of the cores.

A Schmidt line is also important for calculating the resonance frequency of the magnetic field in nuclear magnetic resonance tomography .