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The well known "relativistic" electric field arising from a moving conductor carrying a steady current (CCC) implies that a macroscopic charge ??Q is not always a Lorentz scalar in standard electrodynamics (SET). New Lorentz invariant charges are introduced so that a CCC is overall and locally (section by section) charge neutral in every inertial frame of reference. An external electric field from a stationary CCC is predicted. ?? 1990.

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