Table of contents for Electromagnetism, by John C. Slater and Nathaniel H. Frank.


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PREFACE
CHAPTER I THE FIELD THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETISM
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Force on a Charge
_ 2. The Field of a Distribution of Static Point Charges
_ 3. The Potentials
_ 4. Electric Images
___ Problems
CHAPTER II ELECTROSTATICS
_ Introduction
_ 1. Gauss's Theorem
_ 2. Capacity of Condensers
_ 3. Poisson's Equation and Laplace's Equation
_ 4. "Green's Theorem, and the Solution of Poisson's Equation in an Unbounded Region"
_ 5. Direct Solution of Poisson's Equation
___ Problems
CHAPTER III SOLUTIONS OF LAPLACE'S EQUATION
_ Introduction
_ 1. Solution of Laplace's Equation in Rectangular Coordinates by Separation of variables
_ 2. Laplace's Equation in Spherical Coordinates
_ 3. Spherical Harmonics
_ 4. Simple Solutions of Laplace's Equation in Spherical Coordinates
_ 5. The Dipole and the Double Layer
_ 6. Green's Solution for a Bounded Region
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CHAPTER IV DIELECTRICS
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Polarization and the Displacement
_ 2. The Dielectric Constant
_ 3. Boundary Conditions at the Surface of a Dielectric
_ 4. "Electrostatic Problems Involving Dielectrics, and the Condenser"
_ 5. A Charge outside a Semi-infinite Dielectric Slab
_ 6. Dielectric Sphere in a Uniform Field
_ 7. Field in Flat and Needle-shaped Cavities
___ Problems
CHAPTER V MAGNETIC FIELDS OF CURRENTS
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Biot-Savart Law
_ 2. The Magnetic Field of a Linear and a Circular Current
_ 3. "The Divergence of B, and the Scalar Potential"
_ 4. The Magentic Dipole
_ 5. Ampère's Law
_ 6. The Vector Potential
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CHAPTER VI MAGNETIC MATERIALS
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Magnetization Vector
_ 2. The Magnetic Field
_ 3. Magnetostatic Problems Involving Magnetic Media
_ 4. Uniformly Magnetized Sphere in an External Field
_ 5. Magnetomotive Force
___ Problems
CHAPTER VII ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION AND MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Law of Electromagnetic Induction
_ 2. Self- and Mutual Induction
_ 3. The Displacement Current
_ 4. Maxwell's Equations
_ 5. The Vector and Scalar Potentials
___ Problems
CHAPTER VIII ELETROMAGNETIC WAVES AND ENERGY FLOW
_ Introduction
_ 1. Plane Waves and Maxwell's Equations
_ 2. The Relation between E and H in a Plane Wave
_ 3. Electric and Magnetic Energy Density
_ 4. Poynting's Theorem and Poynting's Vector
_ 5. Power Flow and Sinusoidal Time Variation
_ 6. Power Flow and Energy Density in a Plane Wave
___ Problems
CHAPTER IX ELECTRON THEORY AND DISPERSION
_ Introduction
_ 1. Dispersion in Gases
_ 2. Dispersion in Liquids and Solids
_ 3. Dispersion in Metals
_ 4. The Quantum Theory and Dispersion
___ Problems
CHAPTER X REFLECTION AND REFRACTION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
_ Introduction
_ 1. Boundary Conditions at a Surface of Discontinuity
_ 2. The Laws of Reflection and Refraction
_ 3. Reflection Coefficient at Normal Incidence
_ 4. Fresnel's Equation
_ 5. Total Reflection
_ 6. "Damped Plane Waves, Normal Incidence"
_ 7. "Damped Plane Waves, Oblique Incidence"
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CHAPTER XI WAVE GUIDES AND CAVITY RESONATORS
_ Introduction
_ 1. Propagation between Two Parallel Mirrors
_ 2. Electromagnetic Field in the Wave Guide
_ 3. Examples of Wave Guides
_ 4. Standing Waves in Wave Guides
_ 5. Resonant Cavities
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CHAPTER XII SPHERICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
_ Introduction
_ 1. Maxwell's Equations in Spherical Coordinates
_ 2. Solutions of Maxwell's Equations in Spherical Coordinates
_ 3. The Field of an Oscillating Dipole
_ 4. The Field of a Dipole at Large Distances
_ 5. Scattering of Light
_ 6. Coherence and Incoherence of Light
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CHAPTER XIII HUYGENS' PRINCIPLE AND GREEN'S THEOREM
_ Introduction
_ 1. The Retarded Potentials
_ 2. Mathematical Formulation of Huygens' Principle
_ 3. Integration for a Spherical Surface by Fresnel's Zones
_ 4. Huygens' Principle for Diffraction Problems
___ Problems
CHAPTER XIV FRESNEL AND FRAUNHOFER DIFFRACTION
_ Introduction
_ 1. Comparison of Fresnel and Fraunhofer Diffraction
_ 2. Fresnel Diffraction from a Slit
_ 3. Fraunhofer Diffraction from a Slit
_ 4. "The Circular Aperture, and the Resolving Power of a Lens"
_ 5. Diffraction from Several Slits; the Diffraction Grating
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APPENDIX I
_ Vectors
___ Vectors and Their Components
___ Scalar and Vector Products of Two Vectors
___ The Differentiation of Vectors
___ The Divergence Theorem and Stoke's Theorem
___ Problems
APPENDIX II
_ Units
APPENDIX III
_ Fourier Series
___ Problems
APPENDIX IV
_ Vector Operations in Curvilinear Coordinates
___ Gradient
___ Divergence
___ Laplacian
___ Curl
APPENDIX V
_ Spherical Harmonics
APPENDIX VI
_ Multipoles
APPENDIX VII
_ Bessel's Functions
SUGGESTED REFERENCES
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Electromagnetism.