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|Statement||[by] P. C. Clemmow.|
|LC Classifications||QC670 .C44|
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|Pagination||xi, 297 p.|
|Number of Pages||297|
|ISBN 10||0521202396, 0521098157|
|LC Control Number||73077174|
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Preface; Part I. Basic Concepts: 1. Charged particles, force and field; 2. Charge and current density; 3. Practical units and magnitudes; 4.
Development of the theory; Part II. The Vacuum Field of Charge and Current: Mazwell's Equations: 1. The field of static charge; 2. The field of steady current; 3. Faraday's law of induction; 4.
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Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory Electromagnetic radiation: wave model • James Clerk Maxwell () –Scottish mathematician and physicist • Wave model of EM energy • Unified existing laws of electricity and magnetism (Newton, Faraday, Kelvin, Ampère) • Oscillating electric field produces a magnetic field.
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Electromagnetism is one of the fundamental forces of nature. Early on, electricity and magnetism were studied separately and regarded as separate phenomena. Hans Christian Ørsted discovered that the two were related – electric currents give rise to magnetism.
Michael Faraday discovered the converse, that magnetism could induce electric currents, and James Clerk Maxwell put the whole thing.