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Comments on "Magnetic fields of current monopoles in special volume conductors" by A.S. Ferguson and D. Durand

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Inayat-Hussain, A.A. ; BHP Res.-Melbourne Lab., Clayton, Vic., Australia

For original paper see ibid., vol.27, no.2, p.758-67 (Mar. 1991). Ferguson and Durand studied the magnetic fields generated by monopoles of (direct) current located in a spherical volume conductor and in a semi-infinite volume conductor. The commenter claims that none of their results concerning the semi-infinite conductor are new. He indicates earlier literature on this subject.<>

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