Real Time Observation of Stationary Magneton

@article{Markoulakis2019RealTO,
  title={Real Time Observation of Stationary Magneton},
  author={Emmanouil Markoulakis and Antonios Konstantaras and John Chatzakis and Rajan R. Iyer and Emmanuel Antonidakis},
  journal={Electronic},
  year={2019}
}
The magnetic dipole field geometry of subatomic elementary particles like the electron differs from the classical macroscopic field imprint of a bar magnet. It resembles more like an eight figure or else joint double quantum-dots instead of the classical, spherical more uniform field of a bar magnet. This actual subatomic quantum magnetic field of an electron at rest, is called Quantum Magnet or else a Magneton. Normally, a macroscale bar magnet should behave like a relative giant Quantum… 
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