The magnetic susceptibility does not depend upon the temperature in

The Magnetic Susceptibility Does Not Depend Upon The Temperature In Physics Question

The magnetic susceptibility does not depend upon the temperature in

Options

(a) Ferrite substances
(b) Ferromagnetic substances
(c) Diamagnetic substances
(d) Paramagnetic substances

Correct Answer:

Diamagnetic substances

Explanation:

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Topics: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism (167)
Subject: Physics (2479)

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