Solutions to problems of Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics
by Kasper van Wyk
Publisher: Samizdat Press 1999
Number of pages: 61
This is a collection of answers to problems from a graduate course in electrodynamics. These problems are mainly from the Jackson's book Classical Electrodynamics, but appended are some practice problems. The answers will provide the reader with a guideline to understand the problems. The text is a work in progress.
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