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Maxwell's Equations versus Newtons's Third Law.pdf (2.26 MB)

Maxwell’s Equations versus Newton’s Third Law

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submitted on 21.05.2018 and posted on 22.05.2018 by Glyn Kennell, Richard Evitts
The presented simulated data compares concentration gradients and electric fields with experimental and numerical data of others. This data is simulated for cases involving liquid junctions and electrolytic transport. The objective of presenting this data is to support a model and theory. This theory demonstrates the incompatibility between conventional electrostatics inherent in Maxwell's equations with conventional transport equations.

Funding

National Sciences and Research Council of Canada

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

glyn.kennell@usask.ca

Email Address(es) for Other Author(s)

Richard.Evitts@usask.ca

Institution

University of Saskatchewan

Country

Canada

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0002-4128-4113

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

No conflict of interest

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