Wiley, 1975年10月17日 - 848页
Introduction to electrostatics. Boudary-value problems in electrostatics: I. Boundary-value problems in electrostatics: II. Multipoles, electrostatics of macroscopic media, dielectrics. Magnetostatics. Time-varying fields, maxwell equations, conservation laws. Plane electromagnetic waves and wave propagation. Wave guides and resonant cavities. Simple radiating systems, scattering, and diffraction. Magnetohydrodynamics and plasma physics. Special theory of relativity. Dynamics of relativistic particles and electromagnetic fields. Collisions between charged particles, energy loss, and scattering. Radiation by moving charges. Bremsstrahlung, method of virtual quanta, radiative beta processes. Multipole fields. Radiation damping, self-fields of a particle, scattering and absorption of radiation by a bound system. Units and dimensions, basic units and derived units. Electromagnetic units and equations. Various systems of electromagnetic units. Conversion of equations and amounts between Gaussian units and MKSA units.
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