In some books and articles, the authors describe the magnetostatic field of magnetized bodies with the help of the

scalar potential [[phi].

2] is the pure Euclidean Laplacian, G is the universal gravitational constant and f is the gravitational

scalar potential.

Hence, the inflationary

scalar potential needs symmetries to protect it from dangerous quantum corrections.

In conventional EEG the

scalar potential, obtained from current measurements, is recorded, and not the electric field.

Here, the Neumann relation is obtained by calculating the

scalar potential using Coulomb's law at the surface of the i-th wire caused by the charge in the j-th wire.

We can retain a simple integral equation formulation in

scalar potential for the region outside the rail, where magnetic fields are irrotational.

At 1904, Edmund Whittaker [1], based on a well known formula for the integral solutions of wave equations by his former student Harry Bateman [2], discovered that the overall electromagnetic field produced by a moving electron in retarded coordinates, can be analyzed in three

scalar potential terms.

This approach includes using of corresponding Green's function for electric

scalar potential and point matching method (PMM) [11] for matching values of potential and boundary condition for normal components of the electric field.

r] are the conductivity and relative permittivity of the material and [phi] is the electric

scalar potential.

With a similar procedure, the term relative to the

scalar potential is approximated by applying the vector Green's identity and the properties of test functions:

mu]-] = ([PSI] / c, -D) 4-potential of gravitational field which is described through

scalar potential f and vector potential D of this field,

c] together with scalar electric potential combined with the use of magnetic

scalar potential in the non-conducting area (Ciric, 2007).