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Maxwell's equations[edit]

Overview
Maxwell's equations
Equations
Ampère's circuital law
Faraday's law of induction
Gauss's law
Gauss's law for magnetism
Related equations
Biot–Savart law
Electromagnetic wave equation
Electromotive force
Inverse-square law
Lorentz force
Telegrapher's equations
Physical quantities
E field
D field
B and H fields
Current density
Displacement current
Electric charge
Magnetic charge
Electric flux
Magnetic flux
Electric potential
Magnetic potential
Electric susceptibility
Magnetic susceptibility
Permittivity
Permeability
Magnetization
Polarization
Scalar potential
Vector potential
Vacuum permeability
Vacuum permittivity
Speed of light
Related phenomena
Dielectric
Diamagnetic
Electromagnetic induction
Electromagnetic radiation
Vacuum
People
André-Marie Ampère
Jean-Baptiste Biot
Michael Faraday
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Oliver Heaviside
Joseph Henry
Heinrich Hertz
Rudolf Kohlrausch
Heinrich Lenz
Hendrik Lorentz
James Clerk Maxwell
Albert Abraham Michelson
Edward Morley
Félix Savart
Wilhelm Eduard Weber
Publications
On Physical Lines of Force
A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field
A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism
Related articles
Classical electromagnetism and special relativity
Covariant formulation of classical electromagnetism
Electromagnetic four-potential
Maxwell's equations in curved spacetime
Faraday paradox
Moving magnet and conductor problem
Luminiferous aether
Michelson–Morley experiment