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Electromagnetism epub ebook

by John Slater,Nathaniel H. Frank

Electromagnetism epub ebook

Author: John Slater,Nathaniel H. Frank
Category: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1st edition (1947)
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN: 1124018239
ISBN13: 978-1124018232
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 926
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John C. Slater & Nathaniel H. Frank Electromagnetism McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc. 1947 ( International Series in Pure and Applied Physics ) Acrobat 7 Pdf 4. Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option. Electromagnetism 219.

John C. ark:/13960/t5fb66s16. Slater, Nathaniel H. Frank. A basic introduction to electromagnetism, supplying the fundamentals of electrostatics and magnetostatics, in addition to a thorough investigation of electromagnetic theory. Numerous problems and references

John C. Numerous problems and references. Calculus and differential equations required.

by John C. Slater (Author), Nathaniel H. Frank (Author). Noted American physicist and theoretical chemist John Clarke Slater (1900-76) taught at MIT and collaborated with Niels Bohr and Hendrik Kramers on the foundations for Werner Heisenberg's full quantum theory

by John C. Noted American physicist and theoretical chemist John Clarke Slater (1900-76) taught at MIT and collaborated with Niels Bohr and Hendrik Kramers on the foundations for Werner Heisenberg's full quantum theory. He was the head of MIT's physics department, specializing in theoretical physics and metallic conduction.

The book ranges freely over many areas of electromagnetic theory with some concern for electrical engineering. It covers the field theory of electromagnetism, electrostatics and the equations and theorems of Gauss, Poisson, Laplace and Green, solutions of Laplace's equation, dielectrics, magnetic fields of linear and circular currents, electromagnetic induction and Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic waves, electron theory, wave guides and cavity resonators, spherical electromagnetic waves, Huygen's principle and Green's theorem, and Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction.

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Clearly developed from first principles, this introductory study supplies basic material on electrostatics and magnetostatics, then concentrates on electromagnetic theory - the authors are both leading men in the field. The book ranges freely over many areas of electromagnetic theory with some concern for electrical engineering.

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Reviews (7)
OwerSpeed
No doubt this is an excelent book on electromagnetism, but it is too old-fashioned to appeal to modern readers. That is not the only "problem" with this book, though. It is very concise (which is a good thing in these days of textbooks of literally thousands of pages), but sometimes seems to miss the point of its primary purpose, that is to teach undergarduates electromagnetism. For instance, you will not be able to solve most of the exercises (which are hard, btw, although very "physical") based solely on what has been said on the text, unless you are an exceedingly ingenious student. It is short of examples, formulae, and references, too.

That said, you may be thinking that I am a fan of the EM book by Griffiths, but I am not!, despite it being a reasonably good textbook. If you want to dig into electromagnetism, pure and applied, but would like to avoid the "Happy Meal" textbooks out there, I suggest that you try first the book by M. Schwartz, "Principles of Electrodynamics" and then W. K. H. Panofsky & M. Phillips' "Classical Electricity and Magnetism," 2nd. ed., both by Dover at incredibly amicable prices. An alternative to Panofsky & Phillips would be the superb text by J. A. Stratton, "Electromagnetic Theory". I really believe that Schwartz + Panofsky & Phillips is a much more insightfull path to electromagnetism then the standard Griffiths + Jackson (oh, boy...) one.

Duzshura
Very dense read. However, if you have a good background in this subject, it's perfect for you.

Priotian
Thanks.

Goktilar
Very good book, excellent price, and excellent seller.

Yannara
another classic

Talvinl
Assumes you already know the basics of electromagnetism. Good for a quick refresher (it is a very small book) or a fresh look at electromagnetics concepts.

Zeks Horde
Good product and good service.

This book is worth buying for two good reasons 1) its an excellent treatment of extremely important concepts of electricity, magnetism and interaction of light with matter and 2) because its very affordable and very readable. Its good read for physicists, and its more than useful for material and / or polymer scientists, who use light as a tool to investigate properties of matter. Basic concepts are explained quite well here, and like many other Dover texts, it is terse, cheap and yet masterful.

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