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Classical Electrodynamics
1.1 Electrostatics
1.1.1 Coulomb’s law
1.2.1 Ampère’s law
1.2.2 The magnetostatic field
1.3 Electrodynamics
1.3.1 Equation of continuity
1.3.2 Maxwell’s displacement current
1.3.4 Faraday’s law of induction
1.3.5 Maxwell’s microscopic equations
1.3.6 Maxwell’s macroscopic equations
1.4 Electromagnetic Duality
DUALITY OF THE ELECTROMAGNETODYNAMIC EQUATIONS EXAMPLE 1.1
2.1 The wave equation
2.2 Plane waves
2.2.1 Telegrapher’s equation
2.2.2 Waves in conductive media
2.3 Observables and averages
Electromagnetic Potentials
3.1 The electrostatic scalar potential
3.2 The magnetostatic vector potential
3.3 The electromagnetic scalar and vector potentials
3.3.1 Electromagnetic gauges
Lorentz equations for the electromagnetic potentials
Gauge transformations
The retarded potentials
The Electromagnetic Fields
4.1 The magnetic field
4.2 The electric field
Relativistic Electrodynamics
5.1 The special theory of relativity
5.1.1 The Lorentz transformation
5.1.2 Lorentz space
Metric tensor
Radius four-vector in contravariant and covariant form
Scalar product and norm
Invariant line element and proper time
Four-vector fields
The Lorentz transformation matrix
The Lorentz group
5.1.3 Minkowski space
5.2 Covariant classical mechanics
5.3 Covariant classical electrodynamics
5.3.1 The four-potential
5.3.2 The Liénard-Wiechert potentials
5.3.3 The electromagnetic field tensor
Interactions of Fields and Particles
6.1 Charged Particles in an Electromagnetic Field
6.1.1 Covariant equations of motion
Lagrange formalism
Hamiltonian formalism
6.2 Covariant Field Theory
6.2.1 Lagrange-Hamilton formalism for fields and interac- tions
The electromagnetic field
FIELD ENERGY DIFFERENCE EXPRESSED IN THE FIELD TENSOR EXAMPLE 6.1
Other fields
Interactions of Fields and Matter
7.1 Electric polarisation and the electric displacement vector
7.1.1 Electric multipole moments
7.2 Magnetisation and the magnetising field
7.3 Energy and momentum
7.3.1 The energy theorem in Maxwell’s theory
7.3.2 The momentum theorem in Maxwell’s theory
Electromagnetic Radiation
8.1 The radiation fields
8.2 Radiated energy
8.2.1 Monochromatic signals
8.2.2 Finite bandwidth signals
8.3 Radiation from extended sources
8.3.1 Linear antenna
8.4 Multipole radiation
8.4.1 The Hertz potential
8.4.2 Electric dipole radiation
8.4.3 Magnetic dipole radiation
8.4.4 Electric quadrupole radiation
8.5. RADIATION FROM A LOCALISED CHARGE IN ARBITRARY MOTION 121
8.5 Radiation from a localised charge in arbitrary motion
8.5.1 The Liénard-Wiechert potentials
8.5.2 Radiation from an accelerated point charge
THE FIELDS FROM A UNIFORMLY MOVING CHARGE EXAMPLE 8.1
THE CONVECTION POTENTIAL AND THE CONVECTION FORCE EXAMPLE 8.2
Radiation for small velocities
8.5.3 Bremsstrahlung
8.5.4 Cyclotron and synchrotron radiation
Cyclotron radiation
Synchrotron radiation
Radiation in the general case
Virtual photons
8.5.5 Radiation from charges moving in matter
Vavilov- ˇCerenkov radiation
Formulae
F.1 The Electromagnetic Field
F.1.1 Maxwell’s equations
F.1.2 Fields and potentials
Vector and scalar potentials
Lorentz’ gauge condition in vacuum
F.1.3 Force and energy
Maxwell’s stress tensor
F.2 Electromagnetic Radiation
F.2.1 Relationship between the field vectors in a plane wave
F.2.2 The far fields from an extended source distribution
F.2.3 The far fields from an electric dipole
F.2.4 The far fields from a magnetic dipole
F.2.5 The far fields from an electric quadrupole
F.2.6 The fields from a point charge in arbitrary motion
F.2.7 The fields from a point charge in uniform motion
F.3 Special Relativity
F.3.1 Metric tensor
F.3.2 Covariant and contravariant four-vectors
F.3.3 Lorentz transformation of a four-vector
F.3.4 Invariant line element
F.3.5 Four-velocity
F.3.6 Four-momentum
F.3.7 Four-current density
F.3.8 Four-potential
F.3.9 Field tensor
F.4 Vector Relations
F.4.1 Spherical polar coordinates
Directed line element
F.4.2 Vector formulae
Special relations
Integral relations
M.1 Scalars, Vectors and Tensors
M.1.1 Vectors
Radius vector
M.1.2 Fields
Scalar fields
Vector fields
Tensor fields
M.1.3 Vector algebra
Scalar product
Dyadic product
Vector product
THE LAPLACIAN AND THE DIRAC DELTA EXAMPLE M.8
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