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Maxwell’s electrodynamics
1.1 Dynamical variables of electromagnetism
1.2 Maxwell’s equations and the Lorentz force
1.3 Conservation of charge
1.4 Conservation of energy
1.5 Conservation of momentum
1.6 Junction conditions
1.7 Potentials
1.8 Green’s function for Poisson’s equation
1.9 Green’s function for the wave equation
1.10 Summary
1.11 Problems
Electrostatics
2.1 Equations of electrostatics
2.2 Point charge
2.3 Dipole
2.4 Boundary-value problems: Green’s theorem
2.5 Laplace’s equation in spherical coordinates
2.6 Green’s function in the absence of boundaries
2.8 Point charge outside a grounded, spherical
2.9 Ring of charge outside a grounded, spherical
2.10 Multipole expansion of the electric field
2.11 Multipolar fields
2.12 Problems
Magnetostatics
3.1 Equations of magnetostatics
3.2 Circular current loop
3.3 Spinning charged sphere
3.4 Multipole expansion of the magnetic field
3.5 Problems
4.1 Macroscopic form of Maxwell’s equations
4.1.1 Microscopic and macroscopic quantities
4.1.2 Macroscopic smoothing
4.1.3 Macroscopic averaging of the charge density
4.1.4 Macroscopic averaging of the current density
4.1.5 Summary — macroscopic Maxwell equations
4.2 Maxwell’s equations in the frequency domain
4.3 Dielectric constant
4.4 Propagation of plane, monochromatic waves
4.5 Propagation of wave packets
4.5.1 Description of wave packets
4.5.2 Propagation without dispersion
4.5.3 Propagation with dispersion
4.5.4 Gaussian wave packet
4.6 Problems
5.1 Equations of electrodynamics
5.2 Plane waves
5.3 Spherical waves — the oscillating dipole
5.3.1 Plane versus spherical waves
5.3.2 Potentials of an oscillating dipole
5.3.3 Wave-zone fields of an oscillating dipole
5.3.4 Poynting vector of an oscillating dipole
5.3.5 Summary — oscillating dipole
5.4 Electric dipole radiation
5.4.1 Slow-motion approximation; near and wave zones
5.4.2 Scalar potential
5.4.3 Vector potential
5.4.4 Wave-zone fields
5.4.5 Energy radiated
5.4.6 Summary — electric dipole radiation
5.5 Centre-fed linear antenna
5.6 Classical atom
5.7.1 Wave-zone fields
5.7.2 Charge-conservation identities
5.7.3 Vector potential in the wave zone
5.7.4 Radiated power (magnetic-dipole radiation)
5.7.5 Radiated power (electric-quadrupole radiation)
5.7.6 Total radiated power
5.7.7 Angular integrations
5.8 Pulsar spin-down
5.9 Problems
6.1 Lorentz transformations
6.2 Fields of a uniformly moving charge
6.3 Fields of an arbitrarily moving charge
6.3.1 Potentials
6.3.2 Fields
6.3.3 Uniform motion
6.3.4 Summary
6.4 Radiation from an accelerated charge
6.4.1 Angular profile of radiated power
6.4.2 Slow motion: Larmor formula
6.4.3 Linear motion
6.4.4 Circular motion
6.4.5 Synchrotron radiation
6.4.6 Extremely relativistic motion
6.5 Radiation reaction
6.6 Problems
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