**More Physics: electric charges and fields - electromagnetism**

by Roy McWeeny

**Publisher**: Learning Development Institute 2011**Number of pages**: 142

**Description**:

From the table of contents: Charges at rest: Electrostatics; Charges in motion: Electric currents; Magnetism; Getting it all together: Maxwell's equations; Dynamos, motors, and electric power; Waves that travel through empty space; More on electric circuits - making the waves.

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