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Directed to advanced undergraduates in physics or electrical engineering, this comprehensive text covers electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic theory, and related topics, including relativity. Each section includes worked examples and 15 to 25 problems, with solutions for odd-number problems only. 1975 edition.
|The Electromagnetic Field|
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Reprint of the McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1975 edition.
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