Doublet

 

The electronic state of a molecule having one unpaired spin is termed a doublet (see radical). This term is derived from spectroscopy: an unpaired spin can be either up or down with respect to a magnetic field, and these states have different energy, resulting in field-dependent pairs, or doublets, of spectral lines. (See triplet, singlet.)

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