classical electrodynamics



Classical electrodynamics is about the field theory of the electric and magnetic fields and its interactions with point charges from the viewpoint of classical physics.


Relativistic electrodynamics in the vacuum is a theory that can be very elegantly formulated with tools from differential geometry, see e.g.

  • Stephen Parrott: Relativistic electrodynamics and differential geometry (ZMATH)

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