diamagnetic


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di·a·mag·net·ic

(dī'ă-mag-net'ik),
Having the property of diamagnetism.
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Finally, it can be said that the effects of MF on water are indifferent to its diamagnetic nature, being more related to its molecular properties, and that those effects are to some extent subordinated to the particles presented in it.
n] : number of average molecular weights, DP: degree of polymerization, and D: diamagnetic.
As diamagnetic materials (0 < [mu] < 1) can exclude the DC magnetic field, we can set up some diamagnetic structures after the designed device to prevent the DC magnetic field from diverging once it gets out of the compressor.
In [24], the author used a numerical Schwartz-Christoffel (NSC) method to predict magnetic field distribution and levitation force in diamagnetic bearings.
A diamagnetic substance is weakly repelled and exhibits no permanent magnetism.
Inside the superconducting solenoid magnet, the diamagnetic repulsive force on the flies can be large enough to just balance the force of gravity so that they levitate with no support.
Diamagnetic materials usually do not have a strong magnetic response, although there are exceptions.
Conset] of the samples varies with the magnetic Pr content, it is seen clearly a sharp drop at the diamagnetic onset temperature.
Room temperature magnetic measurements were performed on a Guoy balance by making diamagnetic corrections using Pascal's constant.
DPPH is a stable free radical that accepts an electron or hydrogen radical to become a stable diamagnetic molecule (37) and is usually used as a substrate to evaluate the antioxidant activity of a compound (28).
Oxyhaemoglobin is diamagnetic, while deoxyhaemoglobin is paramagnetic; these different magnetic properties give rise to contrast in magnetic resonance images.
1 (1) Number in brackets refer to number of grains in analysis, all zircon fractions are abraded following the method of Krogh (1982) except for Z8; (2) Zicon descriptions: Dia= diamagnetic, Eu = euhedral, Pr = prismatic; (3) Radiogenic Pb; (4) Measured ratio corrected for spike and fractionation; (5) Total common Pb in analysis corrected for fractionation and spike; (6) Corrected for blank Pb and U and common Pb, errors quoted are 2[sigma] absolute; (7) Correlation Coefficient; (8) Corrected for blank and common Pb, errors quoted are 2[sigma] in Ma; (9) Z4 analysis was not used in age calculation.