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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]
(electromagnetism)
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However, one piece that would make the two perfectly symmetric was missing: magnetic monopoles.
The antenna is a circular monopole antenna with a heptagonal shaped slot cut in it.
06645) Journal of High Energy Physics , the detectors are now free from other interferences and impurities that could obscure a monopole signature.
But he says the experiment gives physicists a chance to explore a so-called quasiparticle that, at least mathematically, behaves just as Dirac predicted an actual monopole would 83 years ago.
The planar monopole can excite several modes in the DR, which broaden the bandwidth.
As illustrated in Figure 1, the proposed antenna with a simple structure comprises two parts, the driven strip monopole and the coupled branch strip (section CD and section EF).
In this paper, we present a wideband monopole antenna loaded with one CRLH unit cell for mobile applications.
The article starts with the design of a compact monopole antenna with stepped geometry.
In this paper, a low SAR simple monopole antenna with a meander-strip on the other side of the substrate is proposed for wireless mobile applications.
One pole without the other is called a monopole (mono- means one); the researchers also refer to these isolated poles as magnetic charges.
Les Bahreinis se sont presses aux urnes hier samedi pour le renouvellement de leur Chambre des deputes, une institution aux pouvoirs limites dans ce petit royaume du Golfe oE la majorite chiite conteste le monopole du pouvoir par la dynastie sunnite.
The second set contains the search for a monopole by means of its direct interaction with charge, glueballs, pentaquarks, nuggets of Strange Quark Matter (SQM) and the Higgs boson.