🔍Particles' motion is represented by vector fields, where each point in space is assigned an arrow indicating the direction and magnitude of motion.
🌪️Divergence measures if particles are generated, absorbed, or passing through a region based on the arrows' orientations at the surface enclosing the region.
🌀Curl measures the swirling motion of particles around a surface based on the lengths of arrows parallel to the surface.
⚡Vector fields can represent non-particle fields like electric and magnetic fields, with divergence and curl providing insight into their behavior.
💡Understanding divergence and curl is vital for mathematical descriptions of particle motion and field relationships.