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Electromagnetism and Optics: An introductory course

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Electromagnetism and Optics: An introductory course
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Number of pages: 260

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A complete set of lecture notes for an lower-division electromagnetism and optics course. Topics covered include electric fields, Gauss' law, electric potential, capacitance, electric current, magnetism, magnetic induction, inductance, electromagnetic waves, geometric optics, paraxial optics, and wave optics.

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