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Classical Electricity and Magnetism: Second Edition par [Panofsky, Wolfgang K. H., Phillips, Melba]
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Compact, clear, and precise in its presentation, this distinguished, widely used textbook offers graduate students and advanced undergraduates a diverse and well-balanced selection of topics.
Subjects include the electrostatic field in vacuum; boundary conditions and relation of microscopic to macroscopic fields; general methods for the solution of potential problems, including those of two and three dimensions; energy relations and forces in the electrostatic field; steady currents and their interaction; magnet materials and boundary value problems; and Maxwell’s equations. Additional topics include energy, force, and momentum relations in the electromagnetic field; the wave equation and plane waves; conducting fluids in a magnetic field; waves in the presence of metallic boundaries; the inhomogeneous wave equation; the experimental basis for the theory of special relativity; relativistic kinematics and the Lorentz transformation; covariance and relativistic mechanics; covariant formulation of electrodynamics; and the Liénard-Wiechert potentials and the field of a uniformly moving electron.
The text concludes with examinations of radiation from an accelerated charge; radiation reaction and covariant formulation of the conservation laws of electrodynamics; radiation, scattering, and dispersion; the motion of charged particles in electromagnetic fields; and Hamiltonian formulation of Maxwell’s equations.

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  • Editeur : Dover Publications; Édition : 2 (12 juillet 2012)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It is surely the best graduate level book on Electromagnetism I have ever read 20 juin 2016
Par Carles V - Publié sur
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By now I have read five or six chapters, and I must say that I am very impressed.
It is surely the best graduate level book on Electromagnetism I have ever read.
The author manages to achieve a very good balance between physics and mathematics.
Some things that are not clear (and indeed look like very tricky) in other books, here appear naturally and in a very logical and clear way.
The explanations are very insighful and offer you very interesting connections whithin the EM Theory.
Definitely, it is an excellent book, and in my opinion, it deserves to be the standard graduate EM text more than others that currently have this consideration.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Emphasizes physical understanding 14 février 2007
Par Hanno Essen - Publié sur
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I am writing this review to balance the review by the dissatisfied student. Do not believe it. Panofsky and Phillips is one of the great graduate level books on classical electrodynamics. It is comparable in level and quality to Landau and Lifshitz and to Jackson. As the student reveiwer implies it may be a bit less concise and somewhat more talkative than those two, but the explanations given are often profund and can be of great value to the serious, mature, and literate student. This book really belongs to a decent library on electromagnetism.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing 3 décembre 2012
Par MAK - Publié sur
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The best EM book money can buy. This book is easy to read and has the right balance between physics and mathematical derivation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 27 mai 2015
Par Asanka Amarasinghe - Publié sur
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nice book but its better to have the new edition...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classical Electricity and Magnetism 19 septembre 2010
Par John A. Shaw - Publié sur
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I have been going through electricity and magnetism books to find a good text at the graduate level and recently started to reread this one. Since originally finding this book (in the 1962 hardback edition) at a library sale as a grad student I have taught graduate electricity and magnetism and undergraduate electromagnetism classes from both Jackson and Griffiths as a professor. Griffiths was very clear but Jackson was just painful to use. Panofsky and Philips is a fairly old text, so I didn't pull it off the shelf. I should have.

Reading Panofsky and Philips again, the things that seemed obscure at when I was a grad student turned out to be the things I had worked out while making notes on Griffiths as a professor. The discussion is deeper though and goes into more detail with references to the literature that are really helpful and always motivated by the physics. Where Jackson is just opaque and obscure the discussions of difficulties here are logical and clear. It could use more examples and problems. The units are MKS which is helpful if you learned from Griffiths. Really outstanding text though I would supplement it with a problem book to get the full benefit.
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