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lailola

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Then I calculate the energy density e=E^2 + B^2 = E^2. And finally I have to verify the conservation theorem grad(S)+de/dt=0 for points out of the particle's trayectory. I do this part but the conservation theorem is not satisfied. What is the significance of "out of the particle's trayectory"? Or maybe I've got wrong expressions for E and B...

Thanks.