Water is diamagnetic (repelled from a magnetic field, but not magnetized, more so when cold around 39Â° F.). This results from the fact that there are two diamagnetic hydrogen atoms and one paramagnetic oxygen atom comprising the water molecule. See paragraph 15.19 where cause and substance of magnetic attraction and repulsion are discussed.
Part 02 - Origin of Polar States
Part 16 - Electricity and Magnetism
15.23 - Water is Predominantly Diamagnetic
DIAMAGNETISM - Snell
Principle of Regeneration