Invariant Relativistic Electrodynamics. Clifford Algebra Ap- Proach

@inproceedings{IvezicInvariantRE,
  title={Invariant Relativistic Electrodynamics. Clifford Algebra Ap- Proach},
  author={Tomislav Ivezi´c}
}
  • Tomislav Ivezi´c
In the usual Clifford algebra formulation of electrodynamics the Fara-day bivector field F is decomposed into the observer dependent sum of a relative vector E and a relative bivector e 5 B by making a space-time split, which depends on the observer velocity. (E corresponds to the three-dimensional electric field vector, B corresponds to the three-dimensional magnetic field vector and e 5 is the (grade-4) pseudoscalar.) In this paper it is proved that the space-time split and the relative… CONTINUE READING

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