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Electromagnetic theory is basic to classical and relativistic physics at every level. This text covers material for a year's course in advanced theoretical electromagnetism, at all times keeping mathematics ancillary to the physics. Prior knowledge of differential equations and vector analysis will prepare the reader for inquiry into:

• meaning and definition of vectors

• interpretations of the conservation laws for energy, momentum and angular momentum

• localization and flow of electromagnetic energy

• concepts of invariance, form invariance and covariance in special relativity

Summation problems form a kind of pattern in treating all the topics, which include general boundary value, dielectrics, time-varying fields, time-harmonic currents and propagation in imperfect conductors. Problems (no solutions) and references (annotated) are found at the end of each chapter; a general bibliography is also appended. Students have discovered this book in its earlier hardcover edition to be a stimulating exploration of theory, self-contained and suitable for unsupervised study; physicists and professors will find more than one fresh insight into their field.

Reprint of the Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Reading, MA, 1972 edition.

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ISBN 10 | 0486639479 |

ISBN 13 | 9780486639475 |

Author/Editor | Leonard Eyges |

Format | Book |

Page Count | 448 |

Dimensions | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 |

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