Classical theory of fields

  title={Classical theory of fields},
  author={Lev Davidovich Landau and Evgeny M. Lifshitz},
The principle of relativity Relativistic mechanics Electromagnetic fields Electromagnetic waves The propagation of light The field of moving charges Radiation of electromagnetic waves Particle in a gravitational field The gravitational field equation The field of gravitational bodies Gravitational waves Relativistic cosmology Index. 
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