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The book is a very useful comprehensive textbooks for students who are studying Electrodynamics. Divided into numerous sections, this book comprises of certain useful discussions on experiments, theory and history pertaining to Electrodynamics.
The explanations on different theories and equations in Electrodynamics have been written in simple and easy-to-understand content. This makes the understanding easier and interesting for the students. With the help of illustration and pictures, the topics have been made all the easier for the students to grasp easily. Students find this book most helpful and interesting due to the design of the content, which has been well-researched and nicely presented.
Concepts have been unified wherever required, and the students have been presented with a bigger picture. Students who are looking for motivation for the subject may use this book as a handy guide and ready reference. The book covers all the important chapters in magnetism and electricity. The chapters of magneto statics, magnetic fields, radiation, electrostatics, electric fields and relativistic electrodynamics have been covered in detail.
The book is kept concise with the main points being clearly highlighted in every chapter. Unlike other books, students do not just get formulae in this book; instead, they also get detailed explanations and are warned of pitfalls, too. The book has been written by David J. Griffiths, who is a very respected name in the field of Electrodynamics.
About the Author
David J. Griffiths (born 1942) is a U.S. physicist and educator. He worked at Reed College from 1978 through 2009, becoming the Howard Vollum Professor of Science before his retirement. He is principally known as the author of three highly regarded textbooks for undergraduate physics students: Introduction to Elementary Particles (published in 1987, second edition published 2008), Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (published in 1995, second edition published 2004), and Introduction to Electrodynamics (published in 1981, fourth edition published in 2012).
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