paramagnetic material

paramagnetic material

[¦par·ə·mag′ned·ik mə′tir·ē·əl]
(electromagnetism)
A material within which an applied magnetic field is increased by the alignment of electron orbits.
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A magnetic refrigerator uses the magnetocaloric effect that appears when a paramagnetic material is magnetized and demagnetized.
If needed, a catalyst of paramagnetic material can be used to convert the ortho-hydrogen to the para configuration.
Paramagnetic material dilutes the [Chi]fd% value because it does not respond differently to low and high frequency [Chi] measurements, and therefore does not exhibit [Chi]fd.
The polymer-based BMB's are permanently encoded with a paramagnetic material which provides an accurate digital pattern and also allows for easy washing, separation and automation.
1987; Smernik and Oades 1999), and the rectification of this problem by removing the paramagnetic material with various chemical treatments.
We have recently pioneered a breakthrough approach using Magic-Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (MAS-NMR) for the atomic-level characterization of paramagnetic materials and complex biological macromolecules.
Among his topics are neutron refractive index in materials and fields, the magnetic scatter of neutrons in paramagnetic materials, diffractive X-ray and neutron optics, neutron and X-ray optics in general relativity and cosmology, and neutron and charged particle magnetic optics.
and Van, E Thermodynamic theory of dia- and paramagnetic materials.
However, this method may be applied only for paramagnetic materials because in case of ferromagnetic material magnetic flux line will be <<pulled-in>> into the material and in a vapor dynamic channel the field will disappear.
Ferromagnetic, and to a lesser degree, paramagnetic materials, will become magnetized when placed in a magnetic field.
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy, which is also known as electron spin resonance, exploits the spin of unpaired electrons in paramagnetic materials.