Magnetic polarity of molecules


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Dec13-13, 02:20 PM
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When observing a water molecule, would you see any sort of magnetic polarity to it? Perhaps all magnetization cancels itself out between the molecules, but is there any pattern between the electrons of the atoms or is it pretty much random? In other words, do the electrons spin a certain way to create some pattern of magnetization?
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