Electricity and Magnetism
This series enhances intermediate science studies with easy-to-read, up-to-the-minute resources. Frequent sidebars add interesting insight, historical perspective future challenges, or projects to support the main text. No other series offers such thorough, timely, and easily accessible materials at this level.
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