23. Michael James Curran, A geometric derivation of Maxwell’s equations

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Volume 29: Pages 562-566, 2016

A geometric derivation of Maxwell’s equations

Michael James Currana)


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Maxwell’s laws are derived with the use of phase-space analysis involving current versus charge as well as a LC circuit diagram. This analysis supports the concept that the photon is composed of two parts. This is consistent with the de Broglie hypothesis of the structure of a photon, that Planck’s constant has two dynamic components, and that the energy of a photon can be modeled both as a spring and a LC circuit.


Les lois de Maxwell sont dérivées avec l'utilisation de l'analyse de l’espace de phase impliquant courant-charge ainsi qu'un diagramme de circuit LC. Cette analyse soutient le concept que le photon est composé de deux parties. Ceci est en accord avec l'hypothèse de Broglie sur la structure du photon, que la constante de Planck a deux composantes dynamiques, et que l'énergie d'un photon peut être modélisé comme un ressort et un circuit LC.


Key words: Capacitor; Electrical


Received: July 8, 2016; Accepted: October 25, 2016; Published Online: November 18, 2016


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