Definition of Diamagnet

1. Noun. A substance that exhibits diamagnetism.

Generic synonyms: Material, Stuff



Definition of Diamagnet

1. n. A body having diamagnetic polarity.

Definition of Diamagnet

1. Noun. (physics) Any material that exhibits diamagnetism ¹

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Definition of Diamagnet

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Diamagnet

1. A body having diamagnetic polarity. Origin: Pref. Dia- + magnet. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diamagnet

dialytic
dialytically
dialyzable
dialyzate
dialyzates
dialyzation
dialyzations
dialyze
dialyzed
dialyzer
dialyzers
dialyzes
dialyzing
diam
diam.
diamagnet (current term)
diamagnetic
diamagnetic effects
diamagnetically
diamagnetics
diamagnetism
diamagnetisms
diamagnetization
diamagnets
diamantaire
diamantaires
diamantane
diamantanes
diamante
diamantes

Literary usage of Diamagnet

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1. The American Catalogue of Books: (original and Reprints,) Published in the by James Kelly (1871)
"Dr. McCosh. Announcements. AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY (Proceedings of the), held at Philadelphia, II. On a Practical Application of diamagnet- ism. /. ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"Perhaps, according to Parker, actual diamagnet- ism has no real existence. Lodge suggests that the energy of the supposed perpetual motion might be obtained ..."

3. The Electrical Engineer (1889)
"Next, if the magnetism of the cube be further diminished, it would act as a diamagnet in both positions, but the line of compression would approach nearer ..."

4. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1859)
"W. Thomson has supposed the diamagnet to be simply a body less magnetizable than air, but still polar. In this case it would move away for the more magnetic ..."

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