I got a master degree in physics and I still found that this is difficult to expalin Faraday's law of induction within the context of special relativity. Most of the textbooks I found only shows that Maxwell equations are consistent with Lorentz transformation. Those books do not really derived them from inverse square law and special relativity. Although I sucessfully derived the other laws of electromagnetism (that is the Maxwell equations other than the one describing the law of induction) in terms of relativity.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Could someone send me the derivation of Faraday's law or just simply the Faraday's law cannot be explained by special relatvity?

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# Faraday's law of induction and special relativity

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