Definitions for "Magnetic susceptibility"
The ratio of the induced magnetic field to the strength of the magnetic field causing the magnetization.
the extent to which a material becomes magnetized when placed within a magnetic field. Differences in magnetic susceptibilities at tissue borders are a frequent cause of MRI artifacts.
the ratio of the magnetization to the external magnetic field that induces it Magnifying glass – a single converging lens that, when held near the eye, gives an image whose size on the retina is larger than that observed by the unaided eye
Keywords:  attracted, rock, degree, measure
A measure of the degree to which a rock is attracted to a magnet.