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Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory by John R. Reitz, Frederick J. Milford, Robert W. Christy

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Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory written by John R. Reitz, Frederick J. Milford, Robert W. Christy .
This book assumes the reader already has a working knowledge of electromagnetism. This is not a book for self-study. If you want a self study book (or a light reference), I would recommend using David J. Griffiths book or some other book for introductory EMAG. (The book I originally learned from is no longer in print so I can't really recommend it). That being said, once you get into chapter 3, the book is excellent. This book also uses the paradigm that solving problems is how you learn the theory. So, as glires noted, much of the proofing is left for you to do in the problems at the end of each chapter. Also as glires noted, this is not a useful reference. There is no single location where all constants and formulas are listed.
The present volume is for teaching of a course in electricity and magnetism to physics majors at Case Institute of Technology. These students have been introduced to vector analysis both in mathematics and mechanics courses, they have encountered some of the important partial differential equations in physics, and they have been introduced to boundry value problems. A course in Electricity and Magnetism is ideally suited to a further developement of these mathematical concepts.

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Title: Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory
Author(s): John Reitz, Frederick Milford, Robert Christy
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Year: 1992
Pages: 390
Type: PDF
Language: English
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Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory written by John R. Reitz, Frederick J. Milford, Robert W. Christy . cover the following topics. '
1. Vecor Analysis
2. Electrostatics
3. Solution of Electrostatic Problem
4. The Electrostatic Field in Dielectric Media
5. Microscopic Theory of Dielectrics
6. Electrostatic Energy
7. Electric Current
8. The Magnetic Field of Steady Currents
9. Electromagnetic Induction
10. Magnetic Properties of Matter
11. Microscopic Theory of the Magnetic Properties of Matter
12. Magnetic Energy
13. Slowlt Varying Currents
14. Physics of Plasmas
15. Maxwell's Equations
16. Applications of Maxwells Equations
17. Electrodynamics
Appendix A Logical Definition of mks Units
Appendix B Other System of Units
Appendix C Proof that div B=0 and Curl B=uoJ
Appendix D Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems


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