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is it possilbe to make a magnet with one pole (monopole magnet) explain

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    no. I will be happy to critique your explaination. Remember that lines of magnetic force have no ends...

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    No, for reasons that have to do with how magnetic fields are produced, and Maxell's equatios. The magnetic field lines of force are produced by currents, and are always in that form of closed loops. Lines leaving a magnet at one end form one pole, and they must return at the other end to form the opposite pole.

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