Suitable for use in a one-semester introduction for advanced undergraduates. Emphasizes relativity and symmetry in developing the theory of electrodynamics. Makes many advanced topics readily available to the student by focusing immediately on the Lorentz invariance of Maxwell's equations. Mathematica
notebooks on the included diskette provide graphic solutions to many examples in the text.
Introduction to Electrodynamics | Experimental Foundation | Dielectric and Magnetic Materials and Boundary Conditions | Electromagnetic Equations | Electromagnetic Fields in Steady States | Radiation and Optics in Dielectric Media | Particle Motion in Electromagnetic Fields | Radiation by Moving Charges | Beyond the Classical Theory