## Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory: A Modern PerspectivePerfect for the upper-level undergraduate physics student, Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory presents a complete account of classical electromagnetism with a modern perspective. Its focused approach delivers numerous problems of varying degrees of difficulty for continued study. The text gives special attention to concepts that are important for the development of modern physics, and discusses applications to other areas of physics wherever possible. A generous amount of detail has been in given in mathematical manipulations, and vectors are employed right from the start. |

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### Contents

Mathematical Preliminaries | 1 |

Electrostatics | 30 |

Electrostatic Boundary Value Problems | 89 |

Magnetostatics | 129 |

TimeDependent Magnetic Fields and Faradays Law of Induction | 171 |

Maxwell Equations and Electromagnetic Waves in Vacuum | 203 |

Electrostatics of Dielectric Media | 235 |

The Physics of Electric Conductivity | 289 |

Relativity and Electromagnetism | 357 |

Electromagnetic Waves in Matter | 409 |

Electromagnetic Waves in Bounded Media | 427 |

Electromagnetic Radiation | 442 |

Chapter 7 | 446 |

Motion of Particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields | 481 |

Appendix Solutions of Laplaces Equation in Spherical Polar Coordinates | 510 |

Magnetic Properties of Matter | 322 |

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