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 diamagnetism
If the body is more sensitive than the air, there is direct magnetism, but if it is less so, there is diamagnetism.
The properties of paramagnetism and diamagnetism are not possessed by solids only, but exist also in liquids and gases.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV|John Lord
Rapidly following it is the discovery of Diamagnetism, or the repulsion of matter by a magnet.Fragments of science, V. 1-2|John Tyndall
At the last lecture we attended he showed the diamagnetism of flame, which had been proved by a foreign philosopher.
If we present to it the vibrating body, it will be repelled, and we shall obtain the results known by the name of diamagnetism.