What are diamagnetic substances, Physics

a)      Orbital movement of electrons

b)      On the source of orbital motion of electrons

c)       These are repelled in an external magnetic field i.e. have a tendency to go from high to low field region.

d)      These are weekly magnetized in a direction opposite to that of applied magnetic field

e)      Liquid level in that limb goes depressed

f)       The gas expands at right angles to the magnetic field.

g)      B < B0


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