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DATE

1973-04

AUTHORS

M. Le Bellac, J. M. Lévy-Leblond

ABSTRACT

Consistent nonrelativistic electromagnetic theories are investigated by stressing the requirements of Galilean relativity. It is shown that Maxwell’s equations admit two possible nonrelativistic limits, accounting respectively for electric and magnetic effects. A Galilean theory is then built which combines these two theories and can embody a large class of experimental facts. As a result, several so-called «relativistic » effects are shown to necessitate a re-appraisal, or at least, a more careful discussion. It is finally shown precisely how the old-fashioned formulation of the electromagnetic theory in terms of field strengths and field excitations clashes with Galilean relativity in its constitutive equations only, leading to the idea of a privileged frame of reference (the ether) or to Einsteinian relativity! More... »

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217-234

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02895715

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