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The book describes Maxwell's equations as, having

**E**as electric field and

**H**magnetic field:

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\cdot[/tex]

**E**=[tex]\rho[/tex]

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\cdot[/tex]

**H**=0

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\times[/tex]

**E**+[tex]\partial[/tex]

**B**/[tex]\partial[/tex]t=

**0**

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\times[/tex]

**H**-[tex]\partial[/tex]

**D**/[tex]\partial[/tex]t=J

Aside from current density

**J**not being bold due to being a vector, from what I know if one wishes to write maxwell's equations without using constants, they must be written:

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\cdot[/tex]

**D**=[tex]\rho[/tex]

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\cdot[/tex]

**B**=0

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\times[/tex]

**E**+[tex]\partial[/tex]

**B**/[tex]\partial[/tex]t=

**0**

[tex]\nabla[/tex][tex]\times[/tex]

**H**-[tex]\partial[/tex]

**D**/[tex]\partial[/tex]t=

**J**

Second, they defined

**H**as magnetic field, when it is magnetization. Is there something wrong here?