Is there a Lagrangian from which the modified Maxwell equations including a magnetic charge density (magnetic monopoles) can be derived?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Can one introduce a matter part (like in the Dirac Lagrangian) which reproduces the magnetic charge density?

Does this Lagrangian have a symmetry which corresponds to conserved magnetic charged? How does this symmetry look like?

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# Magnetic monopoles and Noether theorem

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