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Classical Electrodynamics by Alexander Altland

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Classical Electrodynamics
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Number of pages: 117

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The text covers the history and the apparatus of electrodynamics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, magnetic field energy, electromagnetic gauge field, Green function of the wave equation, field energy and momentum, electromagnetic radiation, macroscopic electrodynamics, relativistic invariance, and more.

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