Maxwell's homogeneous equations

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Hello everybody!

Can someone please explain me if I may write Maxwell's homogeneous equations with this notation:

Fμν] = 0

thank you.

Mick
 

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That's a set of Maxwell's equations written in 4-tensor form. Which Bianchi's identities do you mean? The ones with the Riemann curvature tensor?
 
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That's a set of Maxwell's equations written in 4-tensor form. Which Bianchi's identities do you mean? The ones with the Riemann curvature

Sorry, I forgot to delete that part when I wrote the post!
 

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