The final volume in a three-part series, Electricity and Magnetism provides a detailed exposition of classical electric and magnetic fields and analyses of linear electric circuits. The book applies the principles of classical mechanics to systematically reveal the laws governing observed electric and magnetic phenomena. The text culminates in Maxw
Electric Charge, Coulomb's Law, Electric Field. Electric Dipole, Motion of Charged Particles. Continuous Charge Distributions. Above a Uniformly Charged Rectangular Plate. Electric Flux and Gauss's Law. More Gauss's Law. Electrostatic Implications and Potential Energy. Potentially Fun! Electrostatic Potential Energy. Rife with Potential. Potentials, Fields, and All That. Capacitance. Capacitors in Series and Parallel. Energetics of Capacitance. Dielectrics. Energetics of Dipoles. Electric Current. Electric Current Density, Ohm's Law, and Resistance. Resistance Is Not Futile. Resistors in Series and Parallel. DC Circuits Melange. Timely Applications of Kirchoff's Rules. More RC Circuits and Segue to Magnetism. The Lorentz Force. Current, Lorentz Force, and Torque. Magnetic Torque on Current Loops. Back to Moving Charged Particles. The Hall Effect. M-M-More Magnetic Sources. Interacting Wires and Ampere's Law. Ampere and Solenoids. The General Form of Ampere's Law. Gauss's Law for Magnetism. Magnetism in Matter. Faraday's Law. Motional EMF. Inductance. RL Circuits. Mutual Inductance. LC Circuits. RCL Circuits. AC Circuits. Inductive and Capacitive AC Circuits. RCL AC Circuits. Power Dissipation in RCL AC Circuits. The Pinnacle: Maxwell's Equations. Analysis of Maxwell's Equations in Vacuum. Wavelike Solutions of Maxwell's Vacuum Equations. The Poynting Vector. Electromagnetic Waves Carry Momentum, Too. Epilogue. Electricity and Magnetism Problems.