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Susceptibility (χ) is a measure of the extent a substance becomes magnetized when placed in an external magnetic field. Materials that disperse the main field are called diamagnetic. Materials that concentrate the field are called paramagnetic, superparamagnetic, or ferromagnetic, depending on the magnitude of the effect.

see Susceptibility artifact.

Susceptibility weighted imaging

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