Is it possible for a spherically symmetric field, on all of R^3, to have a divergence of 0? (assuming the field is nonzero)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Relevant equation:

F=f(ρ)a(ais a unit vector of <x,y,z>) and f(ρ) is scalar fxn, and ρ = lal

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# Divergence and Radially Symmetric Fields

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