INTEGRATIONS AND POTENTIALS

If you have a potential expression with which to begin, you take its gradient and generate fields. The Albers electron near-fields are not this way, however. They were conceived as divergence-free fields, and you may integrate each component backwards, but you do not come up with the same potential. This is the deep difference of my fields with the DKS . . .  RULES OF THIS GAME SAY MY FIELDS ARE ALLOWED.

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