Klassische Elektrodynamik

Klassische Elektrodynamik

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The German translation of this classic of theoretical physics is now available in a revised edition. Errors in equations and formulas, as well as typographical discrepancies have been corrected throughout. With these revisions the work has increased its claim to accuracy and legibility. Unique to this textbook of electrodynamics are the incomparably large number of calculated examples and special cases and the many exercises at the end of each chapter. As in the previous edition, the book is for the most part written with SI units. Its proximity to applied science (including experimental physics) is valued by students, scientists, teachers and engineers alike.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 957 pages
  • 180 x 242 x 54mm | 1,741.81g
  • De Gruyter
  • Walter de Gruyter & Co
  • Berlin, Germany
  • German
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 204 figures, 7 tables
  • 3110189704
  • 9783110189704

About John David Jackson

John David Jackson, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Kurt Muller, Technische Fachhochschule, Berlin; Christopher Witte, Technische Universitat, Berlishow more

Table of contents

Aus dem Inhalt: 1. Einführung in die Elektrostatik 2. Randwertprobleme in der Elektrostatik 3. Multipole, Elektrostatik makroskopischer Medien, Dielektrika 4. Magnetostatik 5. Zeitveränderliche Felder, Maxwellsche Gleichungen, Erhaltungssätze 6. Ebene elektromagnetische Wellen und Wellenausbreitung 7. Wellenleiter und Hohlraumresonatoren 8. Einfache Strahlungssysteme, Streuung und Beugung 9. Magnetohydrodynamik und Plasmaphysik - Spezielle Relativitätstheorie 10. Dynamik relativistischer Teilchen und elektromagnetischer Felder 11. Stoßprozesse zwischen geladenen Teilchen, Energieverlust und Streuung 12. Strahlung bewegter Ladungen 13. Bremsstrahlung, Methode der virtuellen Quanten, Strahlung beim Beta-Zerfall 14. Multipolfelder 15. Strahlungsdämpfung, Eigenfelder eines Teilchens, Streuung und Absorption von Strahlung durch ein gebundenes Systemshow more