# Paramagnetism what about Paraweakism or Parastrongism?

Ok, I was just curious but the electromagnetic force can allow paramagnetism macroscopically in some objects. Can this be done microscopically to the subatomic level? Also, what about other forces (besides gravity I'm guessing) meaning the weak and strong force? Strong force being the strongest, would its para- also be and always be stronger?

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Second, one can't talk about the reaction to uniform weak-magnetic and strong-magnetic fields because there aren't any. At least today, the electroweak symmetry is broken which means that the "weak-electromagnetic waves" are as short as the wavelength of the W-boson or Z-boson which is $10^{-18}$ meters or so; and they never quite move by the speed of light. No atom - and even no actual particle we know - may be squeezed to shorter distances or studied to shorter distances. This prevents us from talking about responses to uniform fields - simply because there are no uniform fields.
Analogously, the "strong electromagnetic fields" are non-uniform and variable because of a different reason in this case: the equations describing them are non-linear. There may be domains of size $10^{-15}$ meters or so where the "strong magnetic fields" may be aligned. See