## Classical Electrodynamics |

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Classical

, forms the core of present-day theoretical training for undergraduate and

graduate physicists. A thorough grounding in these subjects is a requirement for

more ...

Classical

**electromagnetic**theory, together with classical and quantum mechanics, forms the core of present-day theoretical training for undergraduate and

graduate physicists. A thorough grounding in these subjects is a requirement for

more ...

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6.8 Poynting's Theorem The forms of the laws of conservation of energy and

momentum are important results to establish for the

begin by considering conservation of energy, often called Poynting's theorem (

1884).

6.8 Poynting's Theorem The forms of the laws of conservation of energy and

momentum are important results to establish for the

**electromagnetic**field. Webegin by considering conservation of energy, often called Poynting's theorem (

1884).

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3 Various Systems of

the various constants above. Because of relations (A.5) and (A.11) there are only

two ...

3 Various Systems of

**Electromagnetic**Units The various systems of**electromagnetic**units differ in their choices of the magnitudes and dimensions ofthe various constants above. Because of relations (A.5) and (A.11) there are only

two ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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