Electromagnetism sets a new standard in physics education. Throughout the book, the theory is illustrated with real-life applications in modern technology. It also includes detailed worked examples and step-by-step explanations to help readers develop their problem-solving strategies and skills and consolidate their understanding. In addition to a meticulous development of these traditional, analytical mathematical approaches, readers are also introduced to a range of techniques required for solving problems using computers. Electromagnetism provides an ideal preparation for students who plan more advanced studies in electrodynamics as well as those moving into industry or engineering.
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History and Perspective
Basic Principles of Electrostatics
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Ampere's law angle approximation asymptotic atom axis Biot-Savart law bound charge boundary conditions calculate capacitance capacitor cavity Chapter charge density charge distribution charge q classical component conducting conductor consider constant coordinates cross section curl current density curves cylinder derive determine diamagnetic dielectric direction distance divergence electric and magnetic electric field electromagnetic waves electron electrostatic equal equipotential example Exercise ferromagnetic field energy FIGURE finite flux force frequency Gauss's Law incident induced infinite inside integral Laplace's equation linear loop Lorentz transformation magnetic field material Maxwell equations mode momentum motion oscillation parallel particle perpendicular physics plane wave plates plot point charge polarization position Poynting vector problem propagation radiation radius region result satisfy scalar shown in Fig shows solenoid solution sphere spherical static surface charge density surface current symmetry tensor theorem theory unit length vacuum vector function vector potential velocity volume wavelength wire xy plane