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 Maggiore, Michele, author.
 Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2023]
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Cover
 Titlepage
 Copyright
 Dedication
 Preface
 Contents
 1 Mathematical tools
 1.1 Vector algebra
 1.2 Di erential operators on scalar and vector elds
 1.3 Integration of vector elds. Gauss's and Stokes's theorems
 1.4 Dirac delta
 1.5 Fourier transform
 1.6 Tensors and rotations
 1.7 Groups and representations
 2 Systems of units
 2.1 The SI system
 2.2 Gaussian units
 2.3 SI or Gaussian?
 3 Maxwell's equations
 3.1 Maxwell's equations in vector form
 3.2 Conservation laws
 3.3 Gauge potentials and gauge invariance
 3.4 Symmetries of Maxwell's equations
 4 Elementary applications of Maxwell's equations
 4.1 Electrostatics
 4.2 Magnetostatics
 4.3 Electromagnetic induction
 4.4 Solved problems
 5 Electromagnetic energy
 5.1 Work and energy in electrostatics
 5.2 Energy stored in a static electric eld
 5.3 Work and energy in magnetostatics
 5.4 Energy stored in a static magnetic eld
 5.5 Forces and mechanical potentials
 5.6 Solved problems
 6 Multipole expansion for static elds
 6.1 Electric multipoles
 6.2 Magnetic multipoles
 6.3 Pointlike electric or magnetic dipoles
 6.4 Multipole expansion of interaction potentials
 6.5 Solved problems
 7 Special Relativity
 7.1 The postulates
 7.2 Space and time in Special Relativity
 7.3 The mathematics of the Lorentz group
 7.4 Relativistic particle kinematics
 8 Covariant formulation of electrodynamics
 8.1 The fourvector current
 8.2 The fourvector potential
 and the
 tensor
 8.3 Covariant form of Maxwell's equations
 8.4 Energymomentum tensor of the electromagnetic eld
 8.5 Lorentz transformations of electric and magnetic elds
 8.6 Relativistic formulation of the particleeld interaction
 8.7 Fieldtheoretical approach to classical electrodynamics
 8.8 Solved problems
 9 Electromagnetic waves in vacuum
 9.1 Wave equations
 9.2 Electromagnetic waves in the Lorenz gauge
 9.3 Electromagnetic waves in the Coulomb gauge
 9.4 Solutions for E and B
 9.5 Polarization of light
 9.6 Doppler e ect and light aberration
 10 Electromagnetic eld of moving charges
 10.1 Advanced and retarded Green's function
 10.2 The Li enard{Wiechert potentials
 10.3 Fields of charge in uniform motion
 10.4 Radiation eld from accelerated charges
 10.5 Radiation from nonrelativistic charges. Larmor formula
 10.6 Power radiated by relativistic sources
 10.7 Solved problems
 11 Radiation from localized sources
 11.1 Far zone elds for generic velocities
 11.2 Lowvelocity limit and multipole expansion of the radiation eld
 11.3 Near zone, far zone and induction zone
 11.4 Solved problems
 12 PostNewtonian expansion and radiation reaction
 12.1 Expansion for small retardation
 12.2 Dynamics to order
 12.3 Selfforce and radiation reaction
 13 Electromagnetic elds in material media
 Lacava, Francesco, author.
 Second edition.  Cham : Springer, [2022]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xviii, 374 pages) : illustrations (some color).
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 Intro
 Preface to the Second Edition
 Preface to the First Edition
 Contents
 1 Classical Electrodynamics: A Short Review
 1.1 Coulomb's Law and the First Maxwell Equation
 1.2 Charge Conservation and Continuity Equation
 1.3 Absence of Magnetic Charges in Nature and the Second Maxwell Equation
 1.4 Laplace's Laws, Biot and Savart Law and the Steady Fourth Maxwell Equation
 1.5 Faraday's Law and the Third Maxwell Equation
 1.6 Displacement Current and the Fourth Maxwell Equation
 1.7 Maxwell Equations in Vacuum
 1.8 Maxwell Equations in Matter
 1.9 Electrodynamic Potentials and Gauge Transformations
 1.10 Electromagnetic Waves
 References
 2 Multipole Expansion of the Electrostatic Potential
 2.1 The Potential of the Electric Dipole
 2.2 Interaction of the Dipole with an Electric Field
 2.3 Multipole Expansion for the Potential of a Distribution of Point Charges
 2.4 Properties of the Electric Dipole Moment
 2.5 The Quadrupole Tensor
 2.6 A Bidimensional Quadrupole
 Problems
 Solutions
 References
 3 The Method of Image Charges
 3.1 The Method of Image Charges
 3.2 Point Charge and Conductive Plane
 3.3 Point Charge and Conducting Sphere
 3.3.1 Force on a Point Charge Near a Charged Conducting Sphere
 3.4 Conducting Sphere in a Uniform Electric Field
 3.5 A Charged Wire Near a Cylindrical Conductor
 Problems
 Solutions
 References
 4 Image Charges in Dielectrics
 4.1 Electrostatics in Dielectric Media
 4.2 Point Charge Near the Plane Separating Two Dielectric Media
 4.3 Dielectric Sphere in an External Uniform Electric Field
 Problems
 Solutions
 References
 5 Series of Image Charges
 5.1 Point Charge Between Two Grounded Plates
 5.2 Two Separated Charged Conductive Spheres
 5.3 Force Between Two Charged Spherical Conductors
 5.4 A Charged Conductive Sphere and a Conductive Plate at Ground
 5.5 Dielectric Sphere and Point Charge
 Problems
 Solutions
 References
 6 Functions of Complex Variables and Electrostatics
 6.1 Analytic Functions of Complex Variable
 6.2 Electrostatics and Analytic Functions
 6.3 The Function f left parenthesis z right parenthesis equals z Superscript muf(z)=zµ
 6.3.1 The Quadrupole: f left parenthesis z right parenthesis equals z squaredf(z)=z2
 6.3.2 The Conductive Wedge at Fixed Potential
 6.3.3 Edge of a Thin Plate
 6.4 The Charged Wire: f left parenthesis z right parenthesis equals log zf(z)= logz
 Problems
 Solutions
 References
 7 Conformal Mapping in Electrostatics
 7.1 Conformal Mapping
 7.2 Conformal Mapping and Harmonic Functions
 7.3 Conformal Mapping and Bilinear Electrostatic Problems
 7.3.1 Charged Wire Between Two Grounded Plates
 7.4 The LinearFractional Function
 7.4.1 The Split Cylinder: Two Opposite Half Cylinders at Different Potentials
 7.5 The SchwarzChristoffel Transformation
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4. Core electrodynamics [2021]
 Chapman, Sandra.
 Cham : Springer, 2021.
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 Book — 1 online resource (138 pages)
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 1. A Brief Tour of Electromagnetism.
 2. Field Energy and Momentum.
 3. A Frame Invariant Electromagnetism.
 4. The Field Tensors. Index. Appendix.
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5. Quantum antennas [2021]
 Parthasarathy, Harish, author.
 Abingdon, Oxon : CRC Press, 2021.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource ( xiii, 304 pages) :
 Mansuripur, Masud.
 Revised edition [2017].  [Sharjah, United Arab Emirates] : [Oak Park, Ill.?] : Bentham eBooks, [2017]
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 Book — 1 online resource
 Charap, John M.
 Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011.
 Description
 Book — xii, 164 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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A notoriously difficult subject, covariant electrodynamics is nonetheless vital for understanding relativistic field theory. John M. Charap's classroomtested introduction to the mathematical foundations of the topic presents the material in an approachable manner. Charap begins with a historical overview of electrodynamics and a discussion of the preliminary mathematics one needs in order to grasp the advanced and abstract concepts underlying the theory. He walks the reader through Maxwell's four equations, explaining how they were developed and demonstrating how they are applied. From there, Charap moves through the other components of electrodynamics, such as Lorentz transformations, tensors, and charged particle behavior. At each point, he carefully works through the mathematics, applies the concepts to simple physical systems, and provides historical context that makes clear the connections among the theories and the mathematicians responsible for developing them. A concluding chapter reviews the history of electrodynamics and points the way for independent testing of the theory. Thorough, evenly paced, and intuitive, this friendly introduction to highlevel covariant electrodynamics is a handy and helpful addition to any physicist's toolkit.
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8. Elektrodynamik [electronic resource]. [2007]
 Nolting, Wolfgang.
 8. Aufl.  Berlin : Springer, 2007.
 Description
 Book — 561 p. : ill.
9. Highfrequency electrodynamics [2006]
 Kat͡senelenbaum, B. Z. (Boris Zakharovich)
 Weinheim : WileyVCH ; [Chichester : John Wiley, distributor], c2006.
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 Book — xiii, 329 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Preface.1 The Maxwell Equations.1.1 Complex amplitudes.1.2 The Maxwell equations.1.3 Idealized objects.1.4 Uniqueness and existence of solution.2 Plane Waves.2.1 Plane waves in an infinite homogeneous medium.2.2 Plane waves in a planolayered medium.3 Closed Waveguides.3.1 Eigenmodes in nonfilled waveguides.3.2 Waves in waveguides with nonhomogeneous crosssection filling.3.3 Excitation of closed waveguides.3.4 Nonregular closed waveguides.4 Closed Resonators.4.1 Resonators with idealconducting walls..4.2 Resonators with impedance walls..5 Open Lines.5.1 Dielectric waveguides..5.2 The lines with surface wave.5.3 The wave beam.6 Backgrounds of Antenna Theory.6.1 Radiation of current set.6.2 Aperture antennas.6.3 Volume antennas.7 Diffraction on Metallic and Dielectric Objects.7.1 Diffraction of the plane wave on circular waveguide.7.2 Diffraction on metallic halfplane.7.3 The Debye potentials: diffraction on a metallic sphere.7.4 Small bodies
 large bodies.General References.Complementary References.Index.
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10. Classical electrodynamics [1999]
 Jackson, John David, 19252016
 3rd ed.  New York : Wiley, c1999.
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 Book — xxi, 808 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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 Introduction to Electrostatics. BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics: I. BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics: II. Multipoles, Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media, Dielectrics. Magnetostatics, Faraday's Law, QuasiStatic Fields. Maxwell Equations, Macroscopic Electromagnetism, Conservation Laws.
 Plane Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Propagation. Waveguides, Resonant Cavities, and Optical Fibers. Radiating Systems, Multipole Fields and Radiation. Scattering and Diffraction. Special Theory of Relativity. Dynamics of Relativistic Particles and Electromagnetic Fields. Collisions, Energy Loss, and Scattering of Charged Particles, Cherenkov and Transition Radiation. Radiation by Moving Charges. Bremsstrahlung, Method of Virtual Quanta, Radiative Beta Processes. Radiation Damping, Classical Models of Charged Particles. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.
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11. Classical electrodynamics [1998]
 Klassische Elektrodynamik. English
 Greiner, Walter, 19352016
 New York : Springer, c1998.
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 Book — x, 555 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Contents: I. Electrostatics. Introduction and fundamental notions. Green's theorems. Orthogonal functions and multiple expansionmathematical supplement. Mathematical supplement: elementary considerations on function theory. II. Macroscopic electrostatics. Derivation of the field equations for the space filled with matter. Simple dielectrics and the susceptibility. Electrostatic energy and forces in a dielectric. III. Magnetostatics. Foundations of magnetostatics. The vector potential.
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12. Electrodynamics : a concise introduction [1997]
 Westgard, James B.
 New York : Springer, c1997.
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 Book — ix, 435 p. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.)
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 1. Introduction: history
 vectors
 vector calculus 2. Experimental Foundation: laws of Coulomb, Ampere, Faraday
 Maxwells' equations
 MichelsonMorley experiment 3. Dielectric and Magnetic Materials and Boundary Conditions 4. Electromagnetic Equations: relativity
 fields and potentials
 gauges
 Lorentz transformations 5. Electromagnetic Fields in the Steady State: multipoles
 conformal mappings
 finite elements 6. Radiation and Optics in Dielectric Media: wave equations
 conductive & dispersive media
 refraction, reflection, diffraction 7. Particle Motion in Electromagnetic Fields: analytic & numeric solutions
 particle optics 8. Radiation by Moving Changes: multipole expansion
 frequency analysis 9. Beyond the Classical Theory: radiation reaction
 classical moels of the electron
 quantization and unification with weak interactions.
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 Ampère, AndréMarie, 17751836.
 2. éd. conforme a la première publiée en 1826.  Paris : A. Hermann, 1883.
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14. Introduction to electrodynamics [1989]
 Griffiths, David J. (David Jeffery), 1942
 2nd ed.  Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1989.
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 Book — xii, 532 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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The first edition of this textbook (1981) is cited in BCL3. The second includes: introduction to the Dirac Delta Function, the Helmholtz Theorem, and a brief treatment of waveguides. New problems have been added. No bibliography. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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15. Théorie de l'électrodynamique, [microform] [1888]
 Mathieu, Emile, 18351890.
 Paris, GauthierVillars et fils, 1888.
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 Visscher, Pieter B.
 New York : J. Wiley, c1988.
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 Book — xi, 544 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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 DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS: Mechanical Dynamical Systems
 Fields, Waves, and Pulses
 Abstract Fields and the Continuum Limit
 Population Models
 Sources and Sinks
 Static Fields
 Two and ThreeDimensional Systems
 Curvilinear Coordinates
 Symmetry
 ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS: Maxwell's Equations
 PseudoTwoDimensional Fields
 Pseudo1D
 Magnetic Forces and Currents
 Energy in Electromagnetism
 ELECTROSTATICS: Gauss's & Coulomb's Laws
 Energy in Electrostatics
 Solving General Electrostatics Problems
 Special Methods for Calculating Potentials
 Fields in Dielectric Materials
 Boundary Value Problems in Dielectrics
 MAGNETOSTATICS: Imperfect Conductors
 Induced Electric Fields
 Magnetic Materials
 ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION: Sinusoidal Electromagnetic Waves
 Bibliography
 Appendix: The Continuum Limit
 Program Guide.
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17. Classical electrodynamics [1985]
 Elektrodynamika klasyczna. English
 Ingarden, Roman S., 19202011
 Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier ; New York : distribution for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., 1985.
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 Book — xii, 350 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 1. Geometric Notions.
 2. Maxwell's Equations.
 3. Relativistic Formulation of Electrodynamics.
 4. TimeIndependent Electromagnetic Field.
 5. TimeDependent Electromagnetic Fields. Index.
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18. Introduction to electrodynamics [1981]
 Griffiths, David J. (David Jeffery), 1942
 Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : PrenticeHall, 1981.
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19. Classical electrodynamics [1975]
 Jackson, John David, 19252016
 2d ed.  New York, Wiley [1975]
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 Amsterdam, NoordHollandsche U.M., 1972.
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