Is it me, or the overall problem in CED is not addressed anywhere?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Statement of the problem: Let there be two massive electrically charged particles of invariant masses m_{1}and m_{2}and electric charges q_{1}and q_{2}, respectively. They are free to move arbitrarily in Minkowski spacetime endowed with (+---) metric tensor. One is further given the full vacuum set of Maxwell's equations written in terms of a generic electric fieldEand magnetic fieldB. Please, write down (in covariant form, i.e. using spacetime (pseudo)tensors) the full set of dynamical equations for the motion of particles and the 2 fields that they generate. How are all these equations written in the presence of a gravitational field described by GR?

What do you think? Is the problem written somewhere, together with the solution, or can we (you) write the down the solution here?

EDIT after 3 days: NO TAKE? Ok, I will spend more time reading/working on this.

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# A Full-blown classical electromagnetism (in vacuum)

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