|li2+ paramagnetic or diamagnetic||1.49||0.9||496||7|
|li2- diamagnetic paramagnetic||0.75||0.5||3295||25|
|li2- paramagnetic or diamagnetic||1.28||0.2||5089||87|
|is li2+ diamagnetic or paramagnetic||1.84||0.5||9967||86|
|is li2 diamagnetic or paramagnetic||0.94||0.2||6339||83|
|li2 - paramagnetic or diamagnetic||0.65||0.3||7229||87|
|li2 4- paramagnetic or diamagnetic||1.6||0.2||6366||23|
"No other metal is verified to be more naturally diamagetic than Bismuth. It is the most diamagnetic of naturally occuring elements.". "Because bismuth is the most diamagnetic naturally occurring element, it is used for diamagnetic levitation.".What makes an element paramagnetic?
Paramagnetic properties are due to the presence of some unpaired electrons, and from the realignment of the electron paths caused by the external magnetic field. Paramagnetic materials include magnesium, molybdenum, lithium, and tantalum.What are some examples of paramagnetic materials?
Paramagnetism is normally stronger than diamagnetism, and the effect varies inversely with temperature. Below the Curie temperature, certain paramagnetic materials exhibit ferromagnetism. Examples of paramagnetic materials at room temperature include aluminum (Al), manganese (Mn), platinum (Pt), oxygen (gas and liquid), and rare earth ions.