Q: Why maxwell equations are called so?

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No, Maxwell's equations are interacting partial differentials.

Considering Maxwell equations and contitutive relations. See pag.18 of principles of nano-optics, Lucas Novotny.

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Consult Maxwell's Equations. It is derived from electrical and magnetic constants.

They are called simultaneous equations.

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No, Maxwell's equations are interacting partial differentials.

Maxwell's equations contain two scalar equations and two vector equations. Gauss' law and Gauss' law for magnetism are the scalar equations. The Maxwell-Faraday equation and Ampere's circuital law are the vector equations.

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James Clerk Maxwell is the author of the Maxwell equations, which are fundamental to our understanding of electromagnetism.

They were derived from the equations that Maxwell completed. (Of course light wasn't really 'discovered', but the fact they are electromagnetic comes from Maxwell's equations).

Considering Maxwell equations and contitutive relations. See pag.18 of principles of nano-optics, Lucas Novotny.

According to Maxwell's Equations.

Maxwell's equations ... electro-magnetism.

Using Maxwell's Equations.

The conservation of charge law from Maxwell's equations states that the current through any enclosed surface is equal to the time rate of charge within the surface.

Maxwell's four equations of electricity and magnetism are.

You really can't have one without the other. Its called the electro-magnetic force for a reason. (See Maxwell's equations.)