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in my early studies in Electronics, I've learned that a moving particle causes a magnetic field. From this fact, I have learned how to develop the familiar equations related to inductors and even transformers. My question is as follows: Since a particle moving towards a magnetic probe makes one magnetic pole detectable, while moving away from it makes the other magnetic pole, then obviously the two poles MUST EXIT AT OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE PARTICLE ALONG ITS TRACK, meaning, back and forth have opposite polarities. Does that mean that monopoles cannot exist? In addition, I saw in your site many questions about a magnetic sphere made of magnets pointing with one polarity to the center of the sphere, and the other to the sphere's surface. People asked what would happen to the poles, if that does separate the two poles. Did anyone ever try to conduct that experiment?
Re: I want to know if my theory about monopoles is correct
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