diamagnetism

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diamagnetism (countable and uncountable, plural diamagnetisms)

  1. (physics) a weak form of magnetism that is only observed in the presence of an external magnetic field; due to an induced magnetic field in an opposite direction

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diamagnetism c

  1. diamagnetism

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