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The field of the electromagnetic knot and the Sparling-Tod metrics

Published: 08.10.2014

Authors: Trishin V.N.

Published in issue: #9(33)/2014

DOI: 10.18698/2308-6033-2014-9-1244

Category: Basic science | Chapter: Physics

The article considers explicit anti-selfdual solutions of complex Einstein equations constructed from null Maxwell fields. It is shown that the solution of source-free Maxwell equations describing electromagnetic unit corresponds to well-known Sparling-Tod metrics.

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