by Robert G. Brown
Publisher: Duke University Physics Department 2007
Number of pages: 331
This set of lecture notes is designed to be used to teach graduate students (and possibly advanced and motivated undergraduates) classical electrodynamics. In particular, it supports the second (more difficult) semester of a two semester course in electrodynamics that covers pretty much 'all' of the theory itself (omitting, of course, many topics or specific areas where it can be applied) out to the points where the theory itself breaks down.
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