17 "[Electromagnetism] velocity is nearly that of light ... Have strong Quotes"[Electromagnetism] velocity is nearly that of light ... Have strongreason to conclude that light in such a way itself (including radiantheat, and other radiation if any) is an electromagnetic disturbancepropagated through the electromagnetic field according to wavesinto the form of electromagnetic laws.„— James MaxwellArriving at Cambridge University and told there would be acompulsory 6 a.m. church service, he stroked his beardthoughtfully, and slowly pronounced, in a thick Scots Brogue,"Aye, I suppose I could stay up that late.""The special theory of relativity owes its origins to Maxwell'sequations of the electromagnetic field" — Albert Einstein"He achieved greatness unequalled." — Max Planck"From a long view of the history of mankind - seen from,say, ten thousand years from now - there can be little doubtthat the most significant event of the 19th century will be judgedas Maxwell's discovery of the laws of electrodynamics„— Richard Feynman"Maxwell's importance in the history of scientific thought iscomparable to Einstein's (whom he inspired) and to Newton's(whose influence he curtailed)" — Ivan Tolstoy (Biographer)
18 E i B prostopadłe do kierunku propagacji polaryzacjaGauss bez ładunkówanalogicznie dla BE i B prostopadłe do kierunku propagacji
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