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Definition of "weiss" []

  • The principle that the magnetic susceptibility of a paramagnetic substance is inversely proportional to the difference between its temperature and its Curie point (noun)

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Use "weiss" in a sentence
  • "Naturally, Raben scores both, but what I truly prize is the double credit for the direction of Ganz in weiss: "Rainer Werner Fassbinder und Peer Raben.""
  • "However, "weiss" in the beer industry generally refers to a German ale that contains wheat, is highly carbonated, malty and uses yeast that adds a fruity, banana-clove aroma and flavor to the beer."
  • "A review I did a few weeks ago of Cold Springs Honey Almond Weiss generated some discussion on the use of the word "weiss" and it seems like a good subject to expound on."
  • "Naturally, Raben scores both, but what I truly prize is the double credit for the direction of Ganz in weiss: "Rainer Werner Fassbinder und Peer Raben.""
  • "A review I did a few weeks ago of Cold Springs Honey Almond Weiss generated some discussion on the use of the word "weiss" and it seems like a good subject to expound on."
  • "However, "weiss" in the beer industry generally refers to a German ale that contains wheat, is highly carbonated, malty and uses yeast that adds a fruity, banana-clove aroma and flavor to the beer."
  • "Und wer weiss, wenn Du einmal eine Autorenlesung planen solltest; vielleicht lernen wir uns da ja mal kennen ..."
  • ""Wer fremde Sprache nicht kennt, weiss nichts von seiner eigenen.""