This is a unit of magnetic moment used in atomic physics. It measures the intensity of the magnetic field produced by the motion of an electron around an atomic nucleus.

Its value equates to eh/2me = 9.27x10-24 A.m2
where A.m2 are Amperemeters.

It's named after Nobel Prize winning Physicist Niels Bohr.

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