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Research Paper | Physics Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015
Four Component Electromagnetic Field Equations in Tensor Form
G H Jadhav
Abstract: Dirac-Maxwells equations are generalized by introducing electric scalar field and magnetic scalar field. Such attempt removes Lorentz condition on the field potentials and allows the electric as well as magnetic charges to vary with time. Therefore, the charge on a single particle is not necessary to be conserved. Any loss in charge causes to raise charge on another particle in order to conserve the net charge once again. The increase or decrease in charge on the particle causes to produce a scalar field which makes effort to decrease or increase charge on another particle maintaining the net charge constant in the space. Dirac-Maxwells equations are generalized in order to satisfy such fields. Further these equations are written in tensor form.
Keywords: Generalized Dirac-Maxwells equations, Lorentz Gauge, electric scalar field, magnetic scalar field, Tensor
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015,
Pages: 1 - 4
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