Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp 205–208 | Cite as

Toward a nonlinear electrodynamics

  • G. A. Kotel'nikov
Physics Of Elementary Particles And Field Theory


An infinite series of Lorentz- and Poincare-invariant nonlinear versions of Maxwell's equations and nonhomogeneous d'Alambert's equations is proposed. Certain properties of these equations are examined.


Infinite Series Nonlinear Electrodynamic Nonlinear Version 
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