This lecture note explains the following topics: Electric Charge and Force, Electric Field and Simple Distributions of Charge, Complex Distributions of Electric Charge, The Motion of Electric Charge, Potential and the Storage of Energy, Capacitors, Electric Current, Resistance to Electric Current, Magnetic Force, Magnetic Force between Currents, Magnetic Dipole Moment, Magnetic Induction, Reflection and Refraction.
Author(s): Stephen Sekula
This note explains the following topics: The Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, The electron spin and magnetic moment, ipole-dipole interaction, Magnetism of free atoms and ions, Magnetic ions in crystals, Exchange interactions between local spins, The Heisenberg model, Mean-field theory for magnetic insulators, The paramagnetic phase of magnetic insulators, Excitations in the ordered state: magnons and spinons, Paramagnetism and diamagnetism of metals, Magnetic order in metals.
Author(s): Carsten Timm
This lecture note explains the following topics: Maxwell Equations, Outward flux of a general vector, CURL - Stoke’s Theorem, Equation of continuity, Electrostatics, Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field, Electric Dipole, Gauss’s Law, Electrostatics in a dielectric medium, Polar dielectrics, Magnetostatics, Magnetic Media, Surface Magnetisation Current Density, Diamagnetic Media, Electromagnetic Waves.
Author(s): Professor Iggy McGovern
This note gives an introduction on quantum mechanical view on magnetism in real materials, especially, consisting of transition metal elements and their compounds, and the physical principles for the applications of magnetic materials as magnetic sensors and memory devices.
Author(s): Jaejun Yu
These lecture notes provide a comprehensive introduction to Electromagnetism, aimed at undergraduates. Topics covered includes: Introduction and Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Electrodynamics, Electromagnetism and Relativity, Electromagnetic Radiation, Electromagnetism in Matter.
Author(s): David Tong
This book explains the following topics: Electricity and the Atom, The Nucleus, Circuits, Fields of Force, Electromagnetism, A Capacitance and Inductance.
Author(s): Benjamin Crowell
This lecture note covers the following topics: Coulomb's law, superposition, energy of a system of charges, Basic field concept, flux, Gauss's law, Fields and potentials around conductors, the electrostatic uniqueness theorem,RC circuits, Thevenin equivalence, Forces and fields in special relativity. Equivalence of the electric and magnetic forces, RL circuits, undriven RLC circuits, Wave equation and radiation,Magnetic fields and materials.
Author(s): Scott Hughes
The goal of these guides is to give students an appreciation of the major role magnetism plays on Earth and in space, and ultimately enable them to use NASA data as “scientists” researching our magnetic connection to the Sun. Topics covered includes: Permanent Bar Magnets, Electromagnets, Jump Rope Generator, Induction in an Aluminum Can, Geomagnetism, Space Weather Effects, The THEMIS Mission, Magnetism and Measurement Techniques, The Fluxgate Magnetometer and The THEMIS Magnetometer.
Author(s): University of California
The first part of this book will examine alternative powered circuits, circuits which display diverse combinations of resistance, inductance and capacity.The second part will examine the momentum of charged particles in both electric and magnetic fields.
Author(s): Henri Rasolondramanitra
This note consists of five units: Concept of electric charge; electric potential; capacitance; direct current and magnetism.
Author(s): Sam Kinyera Obwoya
Covered topics are: Capacitance of Spheres, Dielectrics and Polarization, Circular motion of Protons and Electrons - Particle Accelerators, Faraday's Law, Driven L-R Circuit, Magnetic Materials, Maxwell's Equations, Driven L-R-C Circuits, Oscillating Sound Cavities - Fundamentals of Wind Instruments, Travelling Electromagnetic Waves, Speed of EM Waves in Matter, Colour-Wavelength Chart.
Author(s): Prof. Walter Lewin
In this book, the author give an account of some recent electrical researches, experimental as well as theoretical, in the hope that it may assist students to gain some acquaintance with the recent progress of Electricity and yet retain Maxwell's Treatise as the source from which they learn the great principles of the science.
Author(s): J. J. Thomson
The class note introduces Maxwell's equations, in both differential and integral form, along with electrostatic and magnetic vector potential, and the properties of dielectrics and magnetic materials.
Author(s): Michael Shaw
Topics covered include: Electric and magnetic field and potential; introduction to special relativity; Maxwell's equations, in both differential and integral form; and properties of dielectrics and magnetic materials.
Author(s): Prof. Gabriella Sciolla
This course note provides an introduction to electromagnetism and electrostatics. Topics include: electric charge, Coulomb's law, electric structure of matter, conductors and dielectrics, concepts of electrostatic field and potential, electrostatic energy, electric currents, magnetic fields, Ampere's law, magnetic materials, time-varying fields, Faraday's law of induction, basic electric circuits, electromagnetic waves, and Maxwell's equations.
Author(s): Prof. Gunther M. Roland and Dr. Peter Dourmashkin
This note covers the following topics: electric fields, electric potential, capacitors, circuits, magnetic fields and forces, creating magnetic fields, Faraday's law, oscillating circuits, Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic waves and nature of light.
Author(s): Prof. Walter Lewin, Prof. John Belcher and Dr. Peter Dourmashkin
This note covers the following topics: Electric charge, Electric fields, Dipoles, Continuous charge distributions, Coordinate systems, Gradients, Line and surface integrals, electric potential, E from V, equipotentials, Gauss's law, Conductors and capacitors, Magnetic fields: Creating magnetic fields - Biot-Savart, Ampere's Law, Inductors and magnetic energy, RL circuits, RC and RL circuits, LC and undriven LRC circuits, Driven LRC circuits, Maxwell's equations, EM radiation and energy flow, EM radiation.
Author(s): Physics Department Faculty,MIT
This note covers the following topics: Applications of electromagnetic fields and waves, Maxwell’s equations, Electrostatics, Electric scalar potential, Poisson equation, Laplace equation, Faraday’s Law and electromagnetic Induction, Electromagnetic wave equation, Hertzian dipoles, Antenna arrays and Electromagnetic scattering.
Author(s): Professor Farhan Rana