Magnetic monopole detector

Magnetic monopole detector

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Caption: Magnetic monopole detector built by Prof. Henry Frisch of the Enrico Fermi Institute, Dept. of Physics, University of Chicago. Built in 1983 as a prototype of a new type of magnetic monopole detector based on Faraday induction, the detector consists of two 60cm diameter loops in separate superconducting shields. Two SQUIDs (Superconduct- ing Quantum Interference Devices) monitor any magnetic charge. The detector is a collaboration of physicists at University of Chicago, Fermilab & University of Michigan. (1983)

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Keywords: astrophysics, cosmology, frisch, magnetic monopole, particle physics research, prof. henry

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