Classical Electrodynamics

  title={Classical Electrodynamics},
  author={D. A. Dunnett},
Electrodynamics of Particles and PlasmasBy P. C. Clemmow and J. P. Dougherty. (Addison-Wesley Series in Advanced Physics.) Pp. ix + 457. (Addison-Wesley London, September 1969.) 163s. 
Relativistic Classical Mechanics and Electrodynamics
  • M. Land, L. Horwitz
  • Physics
    Synthesis Lectures on Engineering, Science, and Technology
  • 2019
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