# Do Maxwell's equations predict that electrons have no internal structure?

As far as I know, Maxwell's equations can't be derived from anything more fundamental. Does this indicate that electrons have no internal structure? I mean to say that, in my view, the entire nature of electrons is contained within Maxwell's equations. Is this a correct viewpoint? Any suggestions are welcome.

Maxwell's equations (ME) don't by themselves theoretically predict spin 1/2 matter, such as, e.g., electrons. The source term $$j^{\mu}$$ in ME could in principle consist of, say, scalar matter. It doesn't even have to arise from point sources. We need experiments to tell.