The Net Advance of Physics:
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM:
See also
History of Electromagnetism
General: Introductory:
R. Nave's HyperPhysics site;
Salgado 97a;
General: Textbooks: Undergraduate:
Brigham Young University no date;
Salgado 97b;
Thidé 98;
Rosu (in Spanish) 2000/05;
Tutorial de Eletromagnetismo
by Christine C. Dantas [2009/06] In Portuguese.
Technical Notes on Classical Electromagnetism, with exercises
by Christine Córdula Dantas [2012/09]
General: Textbooks: Advanced:
Problems and Solutions in a Graduate Course in Classical Electrodynamics (1)
by Raza M. Syed [2008/01] 64 pp.
Theory of electromagnetic fields
by Andrzej Wolski [2010/06]
General:
Hehl et al. 99/07;
Maxwell's Equations in Arbitrary Coordinate System
by D. S. Kulyabov and A. V. Korolkova [
Mathematics, Information Sciences, Physics 1
, 96 (2012)] Useful explicit formulæ in various coördinate systems.
Modern geometry in not-so-high echelons of physics: Case studies
by Marián Fecko [
Acta Physica Slovaca 63,
261 (2013)]
Spacetime algebra as a powerful tool for electromagnetism
by Justin Dressel et al. [2014/11]
The Maxwell equations as a Bäcklund transformation
by C. J. Papachristou [2015/05]
Bäcklund Transformations: Some New and Old Perspectives
by C. J. Papachristou and A. N. Magoulas [2016/07]
Aspects:
CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS;
ELECTRONS;
ELECTROSTATICS;
MAGNETISM;
OPTICS;
Aspects: ANTENNÆ:
Nanoantennas for visible and infrared radiation
by Paolo Biagioni et al. [2011/03]
Aspects: DC ELECTRICITY:
Simple circuit theory and the solution of two electricity problems from the Victorian Age
by Alexandre C. Tort [2008/11]
Aspects: ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE:
Electromotive Force: A Guide for the Perplexed
by C. J. Papachristou and A. N. Magoulas [2012/11] For undergraduates.
Does the electromotive force (always) represent work?
by C. J. Papachristou and A. N. Magoulas [2014/05]
Aspects: UNITS:
Babel of Units: The Evolution of Units Systems in Classical Electromagnetism
by Neal Carron [2015/06]
Re: GENERAL RELATIVITY:
Modern Relativity Page;
THE NET ADVANCE OF PHYSICS