The electric dipole field conserves the scalar and vector antisymmetry laws of ECE2 provided that the spin connections are calculated from Eq. (17). This is best done by computer algebra because the calculation is straightforward but complicated. It can be carried out for omega sub 0 given by Eq. (4) or by Eq. (20). Graphing the spin connections will produce interesting results. It can be carried out for the electric n pole field, i.e. dipole, quadrupole, octopole and so on, but this is very complicated. It is necessary only to consider the dipole field. Eq. (18) is the electric vector potential. This concept does not exist in the standard model, and yet it is a fundamental requirement of antisymmetry and geometry.

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