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In differential form: Divergence of the E-field = total electric charge density/epsilon 0
This law is equivalent to the statement that magnetic monopoles do not exist
In differential form: Divergence of B-field = 0
Originally stated as: Closed-loop integral (line integral) of B dot dL = mu 0 times current enclosed
Required Maxwell's correction to broaden its use/Maxwell added displacement current to original current term
In differential form: EMF = -rate of change of magnetic flux with respect to time
The generalization made by Maxwell states that a time-varying B-field is always accompanied by a spatially-varying E-field & vice-versa
In integral form: The closed-surface integral of B dot dA = 0
In integral form: closed surface integral of E dot dA = Q/epsilon 0
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