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monopole

(mon -ŏ-pohl) A single unit of magnetic charge that is extremely massive and thought only to have been produced at the Planck time. Because there are none observed in the present Universe, few can have survived the inflationary era. See inflationary Universe.

monopole

[′män·ə‚pōl]
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More than just a monopole manufacturer, Ambor Structures strives to offer solution-based engineering and products to its customers worldwide, ensuring every project's desired results are achieved.
The versatile antennas are available in monopole diameters from one-half inch to 1 3/8 inches and any length up to 25 feet.
Hall had rarely thought about monopoles until 2009, when he read a paper that proposed a way to simulate one in the lab.
As magnets flipped, they appeared to be passing a magnetic monopole down the line--like the smallest game of hot potato you could imagine (without a potato).
Indeed, like nucleons, all hadrons are neutral with respect to monopoles.
Magnetic monopoles are hypothetical particles proposed by physicists that carry a single magnetic pole, either a magnetic north pole or south pole.
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RCMT is the theoretical basis of the discussion and strong interactions are regarded as interactions between magnetic monopoles which obey the laws derived from RCMT.
Washington, September 4 (ANI): In a new research, a team of scientists has for the first time observed magnetic monopoles and how they emerge in a real material.
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The final two decades of the 20th century saw the emergence of the dielectric resonator antenna as a viable alternative to conventional low-gain elements such as dipoles, monopoles, and microstrip patches.