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How can you best derive Ohm's law so it's in covariant form ?

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Well, start by computing $j^0$ which is actually "outside" the microscopic Ohm's law. What do you get? Then compute $j^i$.

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  • $\begingroup$ That's completely right! $\endgroup$ – DanielC May 17 at 22:56

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