Classification of Pulsar Rotating Electromagnetic Fields

@article{Endean1972ClassificationOP,
  title={Classification of Pulsar Rotating Electromagnetic Fields},
  author={V. G. Endean},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1972},
  volume={237},
  pages={72-73}
}
GIVEN that the pulsar electromagnetic field is stationary in the rotating frame, then, as Mestel has pointed out1, all scalar field quantities and the cylindrical and spherical polar components of all vector field quantities (but not the Cartesian components perpendicular to the rotation axis) satisfy the relation illustration where Ω is the angular velocity and Φ the azimuthal angle. Mestel has also shown that the electric and magnetic field vectors E, B must also obey the equation… Expand
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