**Magnetic Monopoles & Gauss's Law for Magnetism - Physics 299 …**
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The right hand side of Gauss' Law includes a summation over electric charges. Therefore, for magnetism, we expect a summation over "magnetic charges". But magnetic charges, North and South poles (equivalent to positive and negative electric charges) always exist in pairs, the net "magnetic charge" is thus always zero. Gauss' Law for Magnetism must therefore take the form,

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