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Invariance of Maxwell's Equations under inverting variables - Reference and use
Some months ago, an ArXiv paper mentioned in passing that Maxwell's Equations were invariant under reciprocating the variables, or at least this results in a dual set of Maxwell Equations. (Actually I ...
Oct 3 '12 at 15:06
John R Ramsden
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