Physics Asked by Ykmo-v on January 7, 2021

I need some advice on how to perform the gradient of a line integral of a vector field.

My problem refers to the Aharonov-Bohm Effect as it is discussed in the QM book from David Griffiths, as it follows in the image linked here –> https://imgur.com/lvuBbXJ

I don’t uderstand how the gradient (nabla operator in $R$) is acting on the integral in g. I need more details about that.

It is the fundamental theorem of calculus just flip the integral limits and then the derivative of an integral gives the function evaluated at R.

Answered by Rafa Flores on January 7, 2021

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