Larmor's theorem


Definition of Larmor's theorem

1 : a statement in physics: the only sensible effect of a magnetic field upon the motions of atomic electrons is the Larmor precession
2 : a statement in physics: in an enclosure traversed by thermal radiation uniformly in all directions the radiation pressure is equal to one third of the radiant energy per unit volume

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