most(or all) proofs i have seen of gauss's law is based on coulumb's law. however coulumb's law is based off of electrostatics which certainly does not hold in electrodynamics. however gauss's law is used extensively in electrodynamics. is gauss's law derived otherwise or is it just a law like an axiom?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Gauss's law in electrodynamics

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