A synthetic macroscopic magnetic unipole

@article{Markoulakis2020ASM,
  title={A synthetic macroscopic magnetic unipole},
  author={Emmanouil Markoulakis and John Chatzakis and Anthony J. Konstantaras and Emmanuel N. Antonidakis},
  journal={Physica Scripta},
  year={2020},
  volume={95}
}
We demonstrate experimentally with a prototype for the first time, that an artificial emergent magnetic unipole hedgehog field in a simply connected three-dimensional domain is possible, emulating effectively the Dirac model by simply using a novel permanent magnets’ topology and geometrical arrangement in a ring array. Although similar effects were demonstrated by others over the last decade, with these effects usually observed and lasting for a small fraction in time and applied at the… 

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