The Curie Principle

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The Curie Principle

Post by Algerien1970 on Fri 22 May - 17:32


The Curie symmetry principle (Curie, 1894) is the causality relation between the symmetry of the cause and that of the effect. The principle is composed of three parts:

If certain causes yield the known effects, the symmetry elements of the causes should be contained in the generated effects.
If the known effects manifest certain dissymmetry (absence of symmetry elements), this latter should be contained in the causes which have generated those effects.
The converse to these two previous propositions is not true, at least in practical: i.e., the effects may have higher symmetry than the causes which generate these effects.


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Post by Algerien1970 on Fri 22 May - 17:40




When the charge distribution has a such symmetry ( spherical or cylindric ) , the electrical field and potential will have necessary the same symmetry according the Curie Principle.
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