Diamagnetically


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Di`a`mag`net´ic`al`ly


adv.1.In the manner of, or according to, diamagnetism.
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This signal is diamagnetically shifted from the normal position of FCC [C.sub.60], located at 143.6 ppm.
The source of this hysteresis and the difference between Bi-2223 and Bi-2212 is thought to be weaker intergrain coupling and the larger effective field at the grain boundaries in Bi-2223, which is (a) enhanced with increasing field by the diamagnetically excluded flux from the superconductive grains, and (b) lowered with decreasing field by the trapped flux inside the grains [1], [4].
Similar data have been found in studies of diamagnetically substituted bulk ferrimagnets such as [Mn.sub.0.25][Zn.sub.0.75][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4] [30] and [Li.sub.1.125][Ti.sub.1.25][Fe.sub.0.625][O.sub.4] [31].