by Ingemar Bengtsson
Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Fysikum 2002
Number of pages: 97
These are electrodynamics lecture notes for undergraduates. Topics covered are: special relativity, particles in external fields, magnetohydrodynamics, Maxwell's equations, radiation from moving charges, radiation damping.
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