By Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky
Compact and certain, this article bargains complex undergraduates and graduate scholars a various collection of subject matters: the electrostatic box in vacuum; basic tools for the answer of strength difficulties; radiation response and covariant formula of the conservation legislation of electrodynamics; and various different matters. 119 figures. 10 tables. 1962 version
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Classical electricity and magnetism by Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky