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On the Tensor of Energy-Momentum Tensor of the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Matter

Authors: Yurii A. Spirichev

In this paper, a new consistent approach to theory of electromagnetic forces in a continuous medium. The tensor of energy-momentum tensor obtained from the tensor of the electromagnetic field and the induction field without the involvement of Maxwell's equations and Poynting theorem. Tensor of energy-momentum the equations of conservation of energy density, the flux density of energy, density and momentum of the wave equation for these energy values. From tensor energy-momentum followed by expressions of electromagnetic forces for performances of density and momentum in the Minkowski form and in the form of Abraham, says about the equivalence of these representations the density of momentum for the description of electromagnetic forces in a continuous medium. From tensor energy-momentum followed by expressions of electromagnetic forces for performances of density and momentum in the Minkowski form and in the form of Abraham, says about the equivalence of these representations the density of momentum for the description of electromagnetic forces in a continuous medium.

Comments: 14 Pages. Russian

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