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PHYS 331 Advanced Electricity and Magnetism I

Faculty: Physics Faculty
Content: Mathematical theory of static electromagnetic fields in vacuum. The forces due to electric charges and currents in terms of electric and magnetic vector fields. The derivation of electric and magnetic fields from scalar and vector potential fields. Boundary-value techniques for the solution of the equations of LaPlace and Poisson: potential fields in the presence of various configurations of charges and currents. The summary of all aspects of electromagnetism in terms of Maxwell's equations.
Prerequisites: MATH 233. PHYS 251. MATH 235.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually.
Semester credits: 4.

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