Longitudinal Waves in Electrodynamics

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Scientific Paper
Title Longitudinal Waves in Electrodynamics
Author(s) Victor A Kuligin
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Published 1999
Journal Galilean Electrodynamics
Volume 10
Number 6
Pages 118-120


Maxwell's equations with Lorentz's gauge are shown to predict the existence of longitudinal electro-magnetic waves. These are waves of scalar potential and vector potential. A necessary condition of the longitudinal waves cancellation is proved. Discussion shows that electrodynamics must deal with two kinds of fields: transverse electromagnetic waves and fields of charges. This work is presented in memory of Dr. T. Theodorsen [1], and all other scientists who have regarded Einstein's theory as nonsense.