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[en] Experiments have been performed in view of improving the accuracy in measuring the electric dipole moment of the neutron (EDM). This EDM is written as eD where e is the electron charge and D the dipole length. The analysis of the data indicates that /D/<3x1024cm with 90% confidence
[fr]Des experiences ont ete faites en vue d'ameliorer la precision de la mesure du moment dipolaire electrique du neutron (MDE). Ce MDE s'ecrit sous forme d'un produit eD de la charge de l'electron e par la longueur du dipole D. L'analyse des resultats experimentaux montre que /D/<3x10-24cm avec 90% de confiance
[en] It is shown, that electrodynamics of the scalar magnetic charge (i.e. a point source of magnetic field which is analogy to the electric charge e with respect to the P and T reflections) does not invariant with respect to the P and T reflections. The model of neutrino with magnetic charge predicts the non-zero mass of the particle and the electric dipole moment
[en] A superthermal Ultra-Cold Neutron source containing a dilute solution of polarized 3He in 4He can provide a method for carrying out the search for the neutron electric dipole moment which not place any limits on the solid angle of the incoming neutrons and eliminate losses due to several causes
[en] In this proceeding, we present the results of the theoretical evaluations of the electric dipole moment (EDM) of light nuclei, including the preliminary value for the 11B nucleus. From the data, we can infer an approximate counting rule, and predict the EDM of other light nuclei.