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Water Electric Dipole and Diamagnetism

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Uploaded on Feb 17, 2008

First, with an electrostatic charged bar, water is strongly attracted due to his electric dipole momentum. Then with a strong spherical Neodymium magnet, water shows its diamagnetism: when the magnet is really close, the point where water falls moves just one or two milimeters away from the magnet(you have to watch it carefully).

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