Temperature independence paramagnetism, Chemistry

What do you understand by temperature independence paramagnetism?

Ans) Compounds which are expected to be diamagnetic may exhibit this kind of weak paramagnetism. It arises from a second-order Zeeman effect in which additional splitting, proportional to the square of the field strength, occurs. It is difficult to observe as the compound inevitably also interacts with the magnetic field in the diamagnetic sense. Nevertheless, data are available for the permanganate ion.[13] It is easier to observe in compounds of the heavier elements, such as uranyl compounds.

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