[ US /ˌdaɪəmæɡˈnɛtɪk/ ]
  1. relating to or exhibiting diamagnetism; slightly repelled by a magnet
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How To Use diamagnetic In A Sentence

  • In diamagnetic heme proteins, the magnetic anisotropy is small and RDCs are barely large enough to be used as structural constraints.
  • In diamagnetic materials, all intrinsic magnetic moments are cancelled out by the pairing of electrons.
  • Although diamagnetic effects are usually very small, one class of materials shows strikingly large diamagnetism: superconductors.
  • Any remaining magnetic effects in diamagnetic materials are produced by the orbiting electrons.
  • The levitation of the frog in a magnetic field is a diamagnetic effect produced by the very strong magnetic field of the superconducting magnet. The silliest thing I read last week - The Panda's Thumb
  • For example, placing diamagnetic metals such as aluminium or zinc at the centre of the phthalocyanines improves the photosensitization of the compound for use in PDT.
  • The main impact of the diamagnetic components is dilution of the strongly magnetizable minerals.
  • Unfortunately, DNA displays a negative anisotropy in diamagnetic susceptibility that tends to align the DNA axis perpendicular to the magnetic field.
  • It's a matter of applying a diamagnetic force of about 10 Teslas, and some other equally impressive sounding abracadabra we don't understand in the least. CNN Transcript Oct 26, 2004
  • The coil is made of thin non-conducting diamagnetic metal tubes, in a circular shape, and using water as a resistor. Suppression Suppressed. Paranoia, conspiracy theories and the truth about free energy.
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