I'm trying to understand when a vector field is equal to the curl of a vector potential. Why is it possible that there is always a vector potential with zero divergence?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Relevent Equation:

B=∇χA

I'm trying to understand the proof that the above vector potentialAcan be one with zero divergence.

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# Vector Potential and Zero Divergence

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