Foundations of Physics 34 (11):1695-1702 (2004)

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Electromagnetic gauge as an integration condition was my wording in previous publications. I argue here, on the examples of the Möllenstaedt-Bayh and Tonomura tests of the Ahraronov–Bohm effect, that not only the trapped flux Φ but also, under the integration conditionA ≡ 0 if Φ = 0, the local value of the vector potential is measured.
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