## Fundamentals of electricity and magnetismAn undergraduate text provides a first course in classical electric and magnetic theory |

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### Contents

This chapter on dielectrics provides the basic introduction | 2 |

Much of the material in this chapter on currents | 237 |

This chapter deals with the magnetic properties of matter | 10 |

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