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 A field equation is an equation in a physical theory that describes how a fundamental force (or a combination of such forces) interacts with matter.
 The phase field equation is a system of two semilinear parabolic differential equations.
 When T is zero, the field equation describes empty space (the vacuum).
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 The metric is determined as the solution to the field equation.
 The field equation for a charged scalar field multiplies by i, which means that the field must be complex.
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 The dynamic of the field is determined by the field equation.
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Field Equation
 A field equation is an equation in a physical theory that describes how a fundamental force (or a combination of such forces) interacts with matter.
 This may explain the widespread misconception that this spacetime is a solution of the field equation of general relativity.
 Instead of manually specifying the values of this field, it can be given as the solution to a field equation.
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 Science > Mathematics > Algebra > Equation
 Scalar Field
 Fundamental Force
 Physics > Theoretical Physics > Relativity > General Relativity
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