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Electrodynamics: Lectures on Theoretical Physics, Vol. 3

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by Arnold Sommerfeld
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Electrodynamics: Lectures on Theoretical Physics, Vol. 3 by Arnold Sommerfeld

Electrodynamics: Lectures on Theoretical Physics Volume III covers topics related to electrodynamics. The book discusses the fundamentals and basic principles of Maxwell's electrodynamics; the derivation of the phenomena from the Maxwell equations; and the theory of relativity. The text also describes the electron theory; as well as Maxwell's theory for moving bodies and other addenda. Physicists and people involved in the study of electrodynamics will find the book invaluable.

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Pages: 386
Size: 40.6 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1952
ISBN: 9781483214290 (DRM-PDF)

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