**Classical Electromagnetism: A Graduate Course**

by Richard Fitzpatrick

**Publisher**: The University of Texas at Austin 1996

**Description**:

The basic aim of the text is to cover some material which is usually inadequately treated or omitted altogether in undergraduate courses. The author concentrates on three main topics: 1. The relativistically invariant formulation of the laws of electromagnetism; 2. The effect of dielectric and magnetic materials on electric and magnetic fields; 3. The generation, propagation, and scattering of electromagnetic waves.

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