paramagnetic

Weakly attracted to magnetic fields.
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Paramagnetic

• (a.) Magnetic, as opposed to diamagnetic. • (n.) A paramagnetic substance.
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paramagnetic

(par″ә-mag-net´ik) being attracted by a magnet and assuming a position parallel to that of a magnetic force, but not becoming permanently magnetized.
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paramagnetic

adjective of or relating to a paramagnet
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Paramagnetic

Par`a·mag·net'ic adjective [ Prefix para- + magnetic .] Magnetic, as opposed to diamagnetic . -- noun A paramagnetic substance. Faraday. -- Par`a*mag*net'ic*al*ly adverb
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paramagnetic

a paramagnetic material has unpaired electrons; when such a material which has molecules with permanent dipole moments is placed in an external field, they orient themselves. When there is no field, the molecules are randomly oriented.
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paramagnetic

Substances having a magnetic susceptibility greater than 0 are paramagnetic. They are drawn into a magnetic field. See also diamagnetic.
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paramagnetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ă-mag-net′ik Definitions: 1. Having the property of paramagnetism; in magnetic resonance imaging, contrast media are chosen for their paramagnetic property, which shortens relaxation time.
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paramagnetic

[adj] - of or relating to a paramagnet
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