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Recently, we have reported on the existence of some monopoles, multi-monopole, and antimonopoles configurations. In this paper we would like to present more monopoles, multimonopole, and antimonopoles configurations of the magnetic ansatz of Ref.[9] when the parameters p and b of the solutions takes different serial values. These exact solutions are a(More)
We would like to present some exact SU(2) Yang-Mills-Higgs monopole solutions of half-integer topological charge. These solutions can be just an isolated half-monopole or a multimonopole with topological magnetic charge, 1 2 m, where m is a natural number. These static monopole solutions satisfy the first order Bogomol'nyi equations. The axially symmetric(More)
  • VORTEX RINGS, Rosy Teh, Khai-Ming Wong
  • 2004
The SU(2) Yang-Mills-Higgs theory supports the existence of monopoles, antimonopoles, and vortex rings. In this paper, we would like to present new exact static antimonopole-monopole-antimonopole (AM A) configurations. The net magnetic charge of these configurations is always negative one, whilst the net magnetic charge at the origin is always positive one(More)
We observed that the Julia-Zee dyon solution can be presented in similar exact form when the φ-winding number of the internal space is n. However the closed form n-monopole version of the Julia-Zee dyon solution exits in the present of (n − 1) string antimonopoles. Hence the net monopole charge of the system at large distances is still unity. When n = 1,(More)
A strategy for generating entanglement between two separated optomechanical oscillators is analyzed, using entangled radiation produced from down-conversion and stored in an initiating cavity. We show that the use of pulsed entanglement with optimally shaped temporal modes can efficiently transfer quantum entanglement into a mechanical mode, then remove it(More)
We would like to present some exact SU(2) Yang-Mills-Higgs dyon solutions of one half monopole charge. These static dyon solutions satisfy the first order Bogomol'nyi equations and are characterized by a parameter, m. They are axially symmetric. The gauge potentials and the electromagnetic fields possess a string singularity along the negative z-axis and(More)
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