Daily Archives: March 18, 2011

Bilingual neurons and the secrets of brain disease

Winnerscience: We all know that the neuron is the basic unit of information processing and the building block of the brain and it works together with other neurons and cells throughout the body and it allows us to feel, think, … Continue reading

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Negative susceptibility of diamagnetic materials

Logical Answer: Susceptibility comes from the word “susceptible” means the easily affected. As I have discussed earlier that lines of force are expelled or repelled from diamagnetic materials, when these materials are placed in external magnetic field. It means diamagnetic … Continue reading

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Why susceptibility of diamagnetic materials is negative?

As we have discussed in the earlier articles, that relative permeability of diamagnetic materials is lesser than 1 and  also there is a relation between relative permeability (μr)and susceptibility (χ): μr = 1 + χ where is μr or χ … Continue reading

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Why diamagnetic materials have less permeability

Relative magnetic permeability of diamagnetic materials is always less than unity that is μr < 1

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Why permeability of diamagnetic materials is lesser than 1

Relative magnetic permeability of diamagnetic materials is always less than unity that is μr < 1 Explanation:

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Permeability of diamagnetic materials

Relative magnetic permeability of diamagnetic materials is always less than unity that is μr < 1 Explanation: When a specimen of diamagnetic material is placed in a magnetising field, the lines of magnetic force prefer not to pass through the … Continue reading

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Properties of diamagnetic materials

Diamagnetic materials have following properties: In a diamagnetic material, the magnetic lines of forces due to an applied field are repelled.

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