The more precise question is, "Does the molecule have a dipole moment?"
As a result, the moving particle creates a dipole moment.
The dipole moment is uniform throughout the interior of the sphere.
A common example is the case of carbon monoxide, which has a very small dipole moment.
The points acquire dipole moments in response to the local electric field.
Any scalar or other field may have a dipole moment.
In this case a substantial internal magnetic dipole moment is expected.
Here is the z component of the permanent dipole moment.
Our (physical) convention of the dipole moment is such that it points from negative to positive charge.
As a result of this charge excess, particles gain a dipole moment.