Related formsdi·a·mag·net·i·cal·ly, adverbdi·a·mag·net·ism [dahy-uh-mag-ni-tiz-uh m] /ˌdaɪ əˈmæg nɪˌtɪz əm/, noun
Examples from the Web for diamagnetic
So far an identity of action was established between magnetic and diamagnetic bodies.
Nitrogen is neither paramagnetic nor diamagnetic, and is equivalent to a vacuum.The Boy's Playbook of Science|John Henry Pepper
Water is diamagnetic, sulphate of iron is strongly magnetic.
All the tissues of the human body, the blood—though it contains iron—included, were proved to be diamagnetic.
These rays impinge upon a diamagnetic surface which is concave.Second Sight|Sepharial