The iron in blood is naturally repelled by a solid magnet the opposite of iron outside of blood by a magnetic field and I wander... Are there any elements that are repelled by a solid magnet? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVsWTkD2M6Q
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I think you should check this resource:
Graphite and bismuth are strongly diamagnetic materials. Because of their electron configuration they establish a field in the contrast direction of the external magnetic field, such as applied by magnets. As a result, they are repelled by magnetism, and even they can levitate if you put a magnet in both sides of such materials.
Magnetism is related to the electron configuration of the elements, and in overall, materials. Mostly physics, but also chemistry can give you more in-depth knowledge about this phenomenon.