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The susceptibility of a diamagnetic material is
  1. directly proportional to T
  2. inversely proportional to T
  3. independent of T
  4. inversely proportional to T2

inversely proportional to T
directly proportional to T
independent of T
inversely proportional to T2
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Solution: As we know that, On the basis of our
understanding about Diamagnetic material that
susceptibility is independent of the magnetising
field and the temperature.
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