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An extensive text on electrodynamics with detailed explanations and calculations. One hundred worked examples have been incorporated, making the book suitable also for self-instruction. Apart from all traditional topics of Maxwell theory, the book includes the special theory of relativity and the Lagrangian formalism and applications; the text also contains introductions to quantum effects related to electrodynamics, such as the Aharonov–Bohm and the Casimir effects. Numerous modern applications in diverse directions are treated in the examples.
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Harald J.W. Müller-Kirsten (born 1935) is a German Theoretical Physicist
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