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Advanced (undergraduate) book on electromagnetism [duplicate]

I am an undergrad student and i have been through a first easy course on electrodynamics and i have used the book of Griffiths which let me satisfied.But the next two courses I will be taking are ...
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Good book to grasp physics [duplicate]

I'll try to be clear. I'd like to ask you if you know some books or chapters in textbooks which explaining the "meaning" of some physical phenomena or entities. I may try to be more specific using ...
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Advanced classical electrodynamics book [duplicate]

As I have already studied Griffiths, I want something with modern and advanced approach both towards theory and problem solving.
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Preparing For Jackson Electrodynamics [duplicate]

Hypothetical Scenario: You are an undergraduate physics student who has never taken a course on E&M and you are enrolled in a graduate Jackson electrodynamics course. In general you are good at ...
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Best text books for reference (dynamic-electromagnetic systems)? [duplicate]

For modeling,design and optimization purposes relative to electrodynamic systems, what text book(s) would be ideal? I'm a mechanical engineer, and during my undergrad I used David J. Griffiths ...
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Looking for a textbook on electromagnetism [duplicate]

I am looking for a free physics textbook on electromagnetism that wouldn't throw at me things to remember rather I'd love to have something which builds notions block by block, deriving coulomb's law ...
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Tips on basic electricity and magnetism books [duplicate]

I would like to study basic electricity and magnetism with a book with a good mathematical language (e.g. to calculate the thing with gauss law the book explain the importance of parametrization, ...
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What are some good introductory book references on time-varying electromagnetic fields? [duplicate]

What are some good introductory book references on time-varying electromagnetic fields? I need a refresher on the physics background on this topic. I intend to do research in electric motor-related ...
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Best books for Electromagnetism? [duplicate]

I would like to know some titles of the best books in Electromagnetism. Some poeple recommended me to read Griffiths. My big deal is to become a theoretical physicist in Particles/Fields and ...
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A guide to electromagnetism? [duplicate]

Any PDFs i could read to build an understanding of electromagnetism from bottom to top? GCSE revision guides are not very good at helping students understand anything it seems.
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Book recommendations [closed]

Every once in a while, we get a question asking for a book or other educational reference on a particular topic at a particular level. This is a meta-question that collects all those links together. ...
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If time-varying electric and magnetic fields originate each other, how come they are in phase?

As I have read that "time varying electric field is source of changing magnetic field and time varying magnetic field is source of changing electric field " Hence, I have the following doubt : If ...
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Magnetic Flux Density inside a Solenoid

What will be the net magnetic induction inside a solenoid with iron core and the solenoid in a medium ( say oil ) in terms of magnetic intensity and intensity of magnetization . I know that magnetic ...