Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit E - Electromagnetic Fields
Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit E - Electromagnetic Fields

Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit E - Electromagnetic Fields

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By Thomas Moore
ISBN10: 0077600924
ISBN13: 9780077600921
Copyright: 2017
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E1) Electric Fields

E2) Charge Distributions

E3) Electric Potential

E4) Static Equilibrium

E5) Current

E6) Dynamic Equilibrium

E7) Analyzing Circuits

E8) Magnetic Fields

E9) Currents Respond to Magnetic Fields

E10) Currents Create Magnetic Fields

E11) The Electromagnetic Field

E12) Gauss's Law

E13) Ampere's Law

E14) Integral Forms

E15) Maxwell's Equations

E16) Faraday's Law

E17) Induction

E18) Electromagnetic Waves

EA) The Electromagnetic Transformation Law

EB) Radiation from an Accelerating Particle