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OpenStudy (anonymous):

is blood electromagnetic in nature??

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Blood contains erytrocyte one of which is Haemoglubin that carries iron particles, these iron particles allows Haemoglubin to carry oxygen. As we know Haemoglubin is electromagnetic depending on weather it carries oxygen or not.. Short: Yes.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Found this site, should be worth a good read if you want to know more. http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/See-through-Body/Looking-closer/Does-blood-have-magnetic-properties

OpenStudy (anonymous):

This clip illustrates electromagnativity of the body (including blood) on how it can affect the magnet inside the water bottle. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5peRIGYs2jY

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank u! i jst got ur point.

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