A Course in Graduate Electrodynamics
by Mark Jarrell
Publisher: Louisiana State University 2000
Contents: Introduction to Electrostatics; Boundary-value Problems in Electrostatics; Multipoles; Macroscopic Media; Dielectrics; Static and Stationary Magnetic Fields; Maxwell's Equations; Plane Waves and Wave Propagation; The Special Theory of Relativity; Particle and Field Dynamics; Waveguides and Cavities; Radiation; Charged Particle Collisions, Energy Loss, Scattering; Radiation by Moving Charges.
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