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Several experiments proposed to detect parity non‐conserving effects in atomic hydrogen study radio‐frequency transitions induced in a resonance cavity. We point out that characteristics of the transition amplitudes, such as the resonance line shape and possible interference terms, can be affected substantially by the spatial variation of the fields in the cavity.