by Zoya Popovic, Branko D. Popovic
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1999
Number of pages: 581
This text is primarily an intermediate level one-semester textbook in electromagnetic fields for engineering and physics students. Although vector calculus and basic physics are prerequisites, the book is practically self-contained.
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