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MaestroBach

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What I mean by that is, can't I rewrite poisson's equation as ∇⋅E = -ρ/ε? Which would say that the divergence of E isn't zero. Which would then imply that a potential can't exist for E because E is not conservative, right? So then, how would a potential exist?

Am I getting something mixed up in my logic? Any cleaning up you guys could do would be super appreciated.