Electron Spin

Electrons have an intrinsic angular momentum that is similar to what would be observed if they were spinning.

Electron spin is sometimes called a "twoness" property because it can have two values, referred to as "spin up" and "spin down". Nuclei can have spins of their own.


See also: Electron, Electron Spin Pair, Spin.

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Subjects: Nuclear and Particle Physics