I can find the metric tensor in cylindrical coordinates to be [1,-1,-1/r^2,-1] but how about the electromagnetic field tensor and thus the energy stress tensor?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it just change the Ex,Ey,Ez to Eρ,Eθ,Ez?

Is F^{σρ}F_{σρ}still equal to 2(B^2-E^2)

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# Electromagnetic tensor in cylindrical coordinates

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