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Essential Electrodynamics by Raymond John Protheroe

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Essential Electrodynamics
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304480
Number of pages: 179

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Starting with Maxwell's equations and conservation laws, the book takes a logical step-by-step progression through electromagnetic waves in empty space, dispersive media and in waveguides. The book ends with radiation and scattering, initially using an heuristic approach to derive Larmor's formula and applying it to simple problems.

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