Magnetic monopole, Physics

Magnetic monopole

A hypothetical particle that sinks of the magnetic field & constitutes sources. Magnetic monopoles have never been determined, but would cause fairly minor modifications to Maxwell's equations only. They also appear to be predicted through some grand-unified theories. If magnetic monopoles do presents, they do not appear to be very common in our Universe.

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