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Главная Classical electrodynamics. Classical electrodynamics. Paying close attention to the experimental evidence as the basis for its theoretical development, the book's first five chapters follow the traditional introduction to electricity: vector calculus, electrostatic field and potential, boundary-value problems, dielectrics, and electric energy. Chapters 6 and 7 provide an overview of the physical foundations of special relativity and of the four-dimensional tensor formalism

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It Is Suitable As A Reference For Practicing Physicists And Engineers And It Provides A Basis For Further Study In Classical And Quantum Electrodynamics, Telecommunications, Radiation, Antennas, Astrophysics, Etc.

The book can be used in standard undergraduate courses in electrodynamics and is also suitable as a reference for practicing physicists .

The book can be used in standard undergraduate courses in electrodynamics and is also suitable as a reference for practicing physicists and engineers; it provides a basis for further study in classical and quantum electrodynamics, telecommunications, radiation, antennas, astrophysics, etc. Paying close attention to the experimental evidence as the basis for its theoretical development, the book's first five chapters follow the traditional introduction to electricity : vector calculus, electrostatic field and potential, boundary-value problems, dielectrics, and electric energy.

Classical Electrodynamics is a textbook about that subject written by theoretical particle and nuclear physicist John David Jackson. The book originated as lecture notes that Jackson prepared for teaching graduate-level electromagnetism first at McGill University and then at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Intended for graduate students, and often known as Jackson for short, it has been a standard reference on its subject since its first publication in 1962

Hans Ohanian (Charlotte, VT) received his . from UCBerkeley and his P. from Princeton University.

Hans Ohanian (Charlotte, VT) received his . He is the author of several books and journal articles, including Physics, 2/E and Gravitation and Spacetime, 2/E; currently he is working on a biography of Einstein.

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