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1.2 Outline of course
2.1 Vector algebra
2.2 Vector areas
2.3 The scalar product
2.4 The vector product
2.5 Rotation
2.6 The scalar triple product
2.7 The vector triple product
2.8 Vector calculus
2.9 Line integrals
2.10 Vector line integrals
2.11 Surface integrals
2.12 Vector surface integrals
2.13 Volume integrals
2.15 Divergence
2.16 The Laplacian
2.17 Curl
2.18 Summary
3.1 Coulomb’s law
3.2 The electric scalar potential
3.3 Gauss’ law
3.4 Poisson’s equation
3.5 Amp`ere’s experiments
3.6 The Lorentz force
3.7 Amp`ere’s law
3.8 Magnetic monopoles?
3.9 Amp`ere’s other law
3.10 Helmholtz’s theorem: A mathematical digression
3.11 The magnetic vector potential
3.12 The Biot-Savart law
3.13 Electrostatics and magnetostatics
3.15 Electric scalar potential?
3.16 Gauge transformations
3.17 The displacement current
3.18 The potential formulation of Maxwell’s equations
3.19 Electromagnetic waves
3.20 Green’s functions
3.21 Retarded potentials
3.23 Retarded ﬁelds
3.24 Summary
4.1 Electrostatic energy
4.2 Ohm’s law
4.3 Conductors
4.4 Boundary conditions on the electric ﬁeld
4.5 Capacitors
4.7 The uniqueness theorem
4.8 The classical image problem
4.9 Complex analysis
4.10 Separation of variables
4.11 Inductors
4.12 Magnetic energy
4.13 Energy conservation in electromagnetism
4.14 Electromagnetic momentum
4.15 The Hertzian dipole
4.16 AC circuits
4.17 Transmission lines
4.18 Epilogue
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