THE THEOREM ON THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF ROTATING CHARGED BODIES

@inproceedings{Fedosin2021THETO,
  title={THE THEOREM ON THE MAGNETIC FIELD OF ROTATING CHARGED BODIES},
  author={Sergey G. Fedosin},
  year={2021}
}
The method of retarded potentials is used to derive the Biot-Savart law, taking into account the correction that describes the chaotic motion of charged particles in rectilinear currents. Then this method is used for circular currents, and the following theorem is proved: The magnetic field on the rotation axis of an axisymmetric charged body or charge distribution has only one component directed along the rotation axis, and the magnetic field is expressed through the surface integral, which… 

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