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di•a•mag•net•ic



Pronunciation: (dī"u-mag-net'ik), [key]
adj. Physics.
of or pertaining to a class of substances, as bismuth and copper, whose permeability is less than that of a vacuum: in a magnetic field, their induced magnetism is in a direction opposite to that of iron. Cf. antiferromagnetic, ferrimagnetic, ferromagnetic, paramagnetic.

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