Also known as Ampère's Law with Maxwell's Correction,

or

, where:

= Curl Operator

B = Magnetic B-Field (T)

, where:

J = Displacement Current (A/m^{2})

= Electric Constant (Fa/m)

E = Electric Field (N/C)

t = Time (s)

P = Polarization Density (C/m^{2})

, where:

V = Drift Velocity (m/s)

I = Current (A)

n = Number of Free Electrons per Volume (1/m^{3}) (Charge-Carrying Particles)

A = Cross-Sectional Area

q = Charge of each Electron (C) (Charge-Carrying Particles)

, where:

= Electromotve Force (V)

E = Electric Field algined with path between A and B (Conservative Electrostatic Field) (N/C)

= Dot Product

L = Elemental length of path between A and B

, where:

= Electromotive Force (emf) (V)

B = Magnetic B-Field (T)

v = Velocity of Loop (m/s)

L = Height of Loop (m)