electromagnetic potential

electromagnetic potential

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik pə′ten·chəl]
(electromagnetism)
Collective name for a scalar potential, which reduces to the electrostatic potential in a time-independent system, and the vector potential for the magnetic field; the electric and magnetic fields can be written in terms of these potentials.
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In classical theory, the basic equations of an electron in an electromagnetic potential A and V are given by the relativistic Hamilton--Jacobis' equation,
v]) is the electromagnetic potential associated with the object L.
However, the role of the electromagnetic potential in the canonical momentum deserves some further comments.
12) After preliminary pilot studies in CFS patients aimed at optimizing the emitters for maximum beneficial effects in CFS, we evaluated the effect of exposure to electromagnetic potential pulsed at the Schumann fundamental frequency on 19 patients with CFS using three different designs of the emitter.
micro]] is the electromagnetic potential four-vector ([phi],[?
8 Geometric structure of the electromagnetic potential
where [phi] is the scalar electromagnetic potential, A is the vector electromagnetic potential, [[nabla].
Now we learned that the electromagnetic potential, which was devoid of a physical meaning, has to be continuous across all the boundaries of disruption.
The above hypothesis will be examined, firstly, considering the well-known redefinitions of the electromagnetic potentials that leaves the Maxwell equations unchanged, i.
In the original work of Whittaker and Ruse, these are used to derive expressions for the scalar and vector electromagnetic potentials.
1959]: 'On the Significance of the Electromagnetic Potentials in the Quantum Theory', Physical Review, 99 115, pp.

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