Electromagnetic Theory

@article{SwinburneElectromagneticT,
  title={Electromagnetic Theory},
  author={James Swinburne},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={51},
  pages={171-173}
}
THE basis of Mr. Heaviside's treatise is the inter-linked magnetic and electric circuits. This is taken from Maxwell, but it is much more fully developed, and the analogy between the electric and magnetic circuits is followed out with great care, and is insisted upon at every turn. That you can have a conductor charged electrically, while you cannot have a single magnetic pole, destroys the perfection of the analogy but little. There is a more serious hiatus in the absence of the magnetic… 
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