# Magnetic form factor

In electromagnetism, a **magnetic form factor** is the Fourier transform of an electric charge distribution in space.

## See also

For the form factor relevant to magnetic diffraction of free neutrons by unpaired outer electrons of an atom see also: atomic form factor

## External links

- Magnetic form factors, Andrey Zheludev, HFIR Center for Neutron Scattering, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- "The magnetic form factor of the neutron", E.E.W. Bruins, November 1996

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