# Are nucleons electrically polarized?

A water molecule is polarized due to the 3 atoms bonding structure.

Since protons and neutrons are made of quarks of electrical charge $2/3$ and $-1/3$, wouldn't it follow that at any given moment one "side" of a nucleon is more neutral or negative or positive, just like a water molecule? If this is the case, wouldn't the changing positive electric field in the nucleus affect the position and momentum of the electrons orbiting it, however slightly?