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Essential Electromagnetism by Raymond John Protheroe

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Essential Electromagnetism
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304039
Number of pages: 165

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Essential Electromagnetism provides a concise introduction to this fundamental topic. Starting with forces on charges, it takes a logical step-by-step progression through electrostatics and magnetostatics, both in empty space and in matter. The book goes into sufficient detail to explain the important concepts using clear explanations as well as numerous diagrams, examples and problems.

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