Diamagnetic Anisotropy Definition:
An effect that causes different regions of space to be characterized by different magnetic field strengths.
Diamagnetic Anisotropy Explained:
In Diamagnetic anisotropy shows a magnetic field according the electrical charges that circulate in a certain way. In order to study and observe the magnetic fields, understanding the movements of pi-electrons and protons that surround a certain molecule or within the molecule allows us to see how they effect magnetic motion.