Description 
1 online resource (viii, 344 p.) : ill. 
Note 
"... unabridged, corrected republication of the work first published by the McGrawHill Book Company, New York, 1972, in its International series in pure and applied physics"T.p. verso. 

Includes index. 
Contents 
1. Mathematical review and survey of some new mathematical ideas  2. Principles of electrostatics  3. Electromagnetism and its relation to relativity  4. Timeindependent current distributions; Magnetostatistics  5. The variation of the electromagnetic field with time: Faraday's law, displacement currents, the retarded potential  6. Let there be light!  7. The interaction of radiation with matter  8. Multipole expansion of the radiation field; Some further considerations on the interaction of radiation with matter; Interference and diffraction  9. Waveguides and cavities  10. Electric and magnetic susceptibility. 
Note 
Description based on print version record. 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references. 
Summary 
This advanced undergraduate and graduatelevel text by the 1988 Nobel Prize winner establishes the subject's mathematical background, reviews the principles of electrostatics, then introduces Einstein's special theory of relativity and applies it throughout the book in topics ranging from Gauss' theorem and Coulomb's law to electric and magnetic susceptibility. 
Subject 
Electrodynamics.

Related To 
Print version: Schwartz, Melvin, 19322006. Principles of electrodynamics. New York : Dover Publications, 1987, c1972 0486654931 (DLC) 87013607 (OCoLC)15791343 
ISBN 
9780486134673 (electronic bk.) 

0486134679 (electronic bk.) 

9781621986379 (electronic bk.) 

1621986373 (electronic bk.) 

0486654931 

9780486654935 
