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1 Electrodynamics and Special Relativity
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The Lorentz Transformation
1.3 4-vectors and 4-tensors
1.4 Lorentz tensors
1.5 Proper time and 4-velocity
2 Electrodynamics and Maxwell’s Equations
2.1 Natural units
2.2 Gauge potentials and gauge invariance
2.3 Maxwell’s equations in 4-tensor notation
2.5 The Lorentz force
2.6 Action principle for charged particles
2.7 Gauge invariance of the action
2.8 Canonical momentum, and Hamiltonian
3 Particle Motion in Static Electromagnetic Fields
3.1 Description in terms of potentials
4 Action Principle for Electrodynamics
4.1 Invariants of the electromagnetic field
4.2 Action for Electrodynamics
4.3 Inclusion of sources
4.4 Energy density and energy flux
4.5 Energy-momentum tensor
4.6 Energy-momentum tensor for the electromagnetic field
4.7 Inclusion of massive charged particles
5 Coulomb’s Law
5.1 Potential of a point charges
5.2 Electrostatic energy
5.3 Field of a uniformly moving charge
5.4 Motion of a charge in a Coulomb potential
5.5 The multipole expansion
6 Electromagnetic Waves
6.1 Wave equation
6.2 Monochromatic plane waves
6.3 Motion of a point charge in a linearly-polarised E.M. wave
6.5 General superposition of plane waves
6.6 Gauge invariance and electromagnetic fields
6.7 Fourier decomposition of electrostatic fields
6.8 Waveguides
6.9 Resonant cavities
7 Fields Due to Moving Charges
7.1 Retarded potentials
7.2 Lienard-Wiechert potentials
7.3 Electric and magnetic fields of a moving charge
7.4 Radiation by accelerated charges
7.5 Applications of Larmor formula
7.6 Angular distribution of the radiated power
7.7 Frequency distribution of radiated energy
7.8 Frequency spectrum for relativistic circular motion
7.9 Frequency spectrum for periodic motion
7.10 Cerenkov radiation
7.11 Thompson scattering
8 Radiating Systems
8.1 Fields due to localised oscillating sources
8.2 Electric dipole radiation
8.3 Higher multipoles
8.4 Linear antenna
9 Electromagnetism and Quantum Mechanics
9.1 The Schr¨odinger equation and gauge transformations
9.2 Magnetic monopoles
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