molar susceptibility

molar susceptibility

[′mō·lər sə‚sep·tə′bil·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
Magnetic susceptibility of a compound per gram-mole of that compound.
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Table 1 shows the theoretical absolute values used for the susceptibility of water and nickel, as well as the most commonly reported value of the molar susceptibility for gadolinium (used as a reference value in this study [39]).
[42], but higher than the reference (Magnevist) Gd molar susceptibility value of 326 ppm/M [39].