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Title: Action at a distance as a full-value solution of Maxwell equations: The basis and application of the separated-potentials method
Authors: 0000-0001-5324-1834
Issue Date: May-1996
Publisher: American Physical Society
Abstract: The inadequacy of Lie´nard-Wiechert potentials is demonstrated as one of the examples related to the inconsistency of the conventional classical electrodynamics. The insufficiency of the Faraday-Maxwell concept to describe the whole electromagnetic phenomenon and the incompleteness of a set of solutions of Maxwell equations are discussed and mathematically proved. Reasons for the introduction of the so-called ‘‘electrodynamics dualism concept’’ ~simultaneous coexistence of instantaneous Newton long-range and Faraday- Maxwell short-range interactions! have been displayed. It is strictly shown that the new concept presents itself as the direct consequence of the complete set of Maxwell equations and makes it possible to consider classical electrodynamics as a self-consistent and complete theory, devoid of inward contradictions. In the framework of the new approach, all main concepts of classical electrodynamics are reconsidered. In particular, a limited class of motion is revealed when accelerated charges do not radiate electromagnetic field.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11845/552
ISSN: 2470-0053
Other Identifiers: info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
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