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They're not different at all! Seiberg has used the term electric-magnetic duality in the title of his famous paper, too. His duality is an electric-magnetic duality because the duality relates two descriptions and objects that are electrically charged under the gauge group on one side (e.g. quarks and gluons) are mapped to solitons (forms of magnetic ...



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