OTHER WORDS FROM paramagnetpar·a·mag·net·ism, nounpar·a·mag·net·ic [par-uh-mag-net-ik], /ˌpær ə mægˈnɛt ɪk/, adjective
How to use paramagnet in a sentence
The first group is paramagnetic and positive; the corresponding one is diamagnetic and negative.
They are all monads and paramagnetic; lithium, potassium and rubidium are positive, while fluorine and manganese are negative.
The corresponding group consists of nitrogen, vanadium and niobium; they are triatomic, paramagnetic, and negative.
Bodies that point axially, or are paramagnetic, like a suspended needle.
Nitrogen is neither paramagnetic nor diamagnetic, and is equivalent to a vacuum.