What are the opposite words for Zeeman effect?

The Zeeman effect is a phenomenon in which the spectral lines of a material split when placed in a magnetic field. The antonyms for this term would be phenomena that do not split spectral lines when placed in a magnetic field. One such antonym could be the Faraday effect, in which light passing through a material is rotated by a magnetic field, but the spectral lines do not split. Another antonym could be the Paschen-Back effect, which is a combination of the Zeeman effect and the Stark effect, in which electric fields split the spectral lines instead of magnetic fields. In general, any phenomenon in which magnetic fields do not affect the splitting of spectral lines would be considered an antonym for the Zeeman effect.

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abandon, differ, disagree.