## Classical ElectrodynamicsThis is a comprehensive and “user-friendly” textbook for a two-semester graduate level course in physics and electrical engineering. Many applications are given in the text. Over two hundred problems are also given. Problem solving by simple and direct approaches (with detailed calculations) are included, and hints are provided to solve the more difficult problems. Approaches to choosing suitable diagrams, coordinating systems and to symmetry requirements are discussed. Mathematical reviews are also given, with emphasis on intuition and fundamentals. |

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### Contents

Introduction and Review | 1 |

Electrostatics Multipoles Dielectrics | 26 |

Magnetostatics | 67 |

Electromagnetic Field Equations | 86 |

Plane Electromagnetic Waves | 100 |

Wave Guides | 137 |

Radiating Systems | 175 |

Scattering and Radiation | 197 |

Relativistic Dynamics | 246 |

Problems | 270 |

Problems | 296 |

Problems | 314 |

Problems | 350 |

Problems | 375 |

Problems | 390 |

Special Theory of Relativity | 222 |

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