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Of or relating to a substance that generates a magnetic field in the direction opposite to an externally applied magnetic field and is therefore repelled by it.

di′a·mag′ne·tism (-nĭ-tĭz′əm) n.
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(General Physics) of, exhibiting, or concerned with diamagnetism
ˌdiamagˈnetically adv
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Adj.1.diamagnetic - relating to or exhibiting diamagnetism; slightly repelled by a magnet
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As the magnetic field is increased, the induced diamagnetic confinement diminishes this separation and provides a modification of the charge distribution mixing partially the wave functions of two lowest states.
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In all cases, the diamagnetic behavior of the substrates was accounted for.
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