Authors: A.N. Grigor'ev
It is demonstrated that the magnetic field surrounding a chain of uniformly moving charges does not constitute a sum of magnetic fields of single charges but is a result of interaction between a test charge and all chain charges. A single moving charge is not surrounded by any magnetic field. Electromagnetic radiation and inductive effect are considered with the assumption that there is no magnetic field at all. It is pointed out that the classical electrodynamics can be based on the electric field formula of the charge moving arbitrarily.
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