Diamagnet
Diamagnet Di`a*mag"net, n. [Pref. dia- + magnet.] A body having diamagnetic polarity. [1913 Webster]

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  • diamagnet — /duy euh mag nit/, n. Physics. a diamagnetic substance. [1860 65; back formation from DIAMAGNETIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • diamagnet — noun Any material that exhibits diamagnetism …   Wiktionary

  • diamagnet — dia·magnet …   English syllables

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  • diamagnet — noun a substance that exhibits diamagnetism • Hypernyms: ↑material, ↑stuff …   Useful english dictionary

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