Metric of a Rotating, Charged Mass

  title={Metric of a Rotating, Charged Mass},
  author={Ezra Newman and W. E. Couch and K. Chinnapared and Albert Richard Exton and A. Prakash and Robert James Torrence},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
A new solution of the Einstein‐Maxwell equations is presented. This solution has certain characteristics that correspond to a rotating ring of mass and charge. 
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