• Definition for "diamagnetism"
    • a weak type of magnetism that is only…
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diamagnetism definition

  • noun:
    • a weak type of magnetism that is only observed in the clear presence of an external magnetized area; due to an induced magnetized field in an opposite course
    • The research which treats of diamagnetic phenomena, and of the properties of diamagnetic figures.
    • The magnetized activity which characterizes diamagnetic substances, the magnetic moments that will oppose an externally used magnetized area. Contrasted with paramagnetism and ferromagnetism.
    • The phenomena exhibited by a class of substances which, when intoxicated by magnetism and easily suspended, simply take a posture with the longer axis at correct perspectives towards magnetized outlines of power.
    • That branch of magnetism which treats of diamagnetic phenomena and diamagnetic systems.
    • phenomenon exhibited by materials like copper or bismuth that become magnetized in a magnetic industry with a polarity opposite into the magnetic power; unlike iron these are typically slightly repelled by a magnet
    • a weak type of magnetism which only noticed in the existence of an external magnetic area; because an induced magnetic field in an opposite way
    • The research which treats of diamagnetic phenomena, and of the properties of diamagnetic figures.
    • The magnetized action which characterizes diamagnetic substances, the magnetic moments that often oppose an externally applied magnetized industry. Compared with paramagnetism and ferromagnetism.
    • The phenomena displayed by a class of substances which, when intoxicated by magnetism and easily suspended, take a position aided by the longer axis at correct angles towards the magnetic outlines of power.
    • That part of magnetism which treats of diamagnetic phenomena and diamagnetic figures.
    • sensation displayed by materials like copper or bismuth that become magnetized in a magnetic industry with a polarity other to your magnetized force; unlike iron they've been slightly repelled by a magnet
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