Diamagnetic susceptibility | Article about diamagnetic susceptibility by The Free Dictionary
diamagnetic susceptibility[¦dī·ə·mag¦ned·ik sə‚sep·tə′bil·əd·ē]
The susceptibility of a diamagnetic material, which is always negative and usually on the order of -10-5 cm3/mole.
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