Classical ElectroDynamics

This page has links to the supplemenary notes — my own notes, or interesting web pages on the Internet
— I have used (or plan to use soon) in my *Classical Electrodynamics (I)* class
(352 K, Spring 2016, unique 55930).

- Electric field lines.
- Applications of Gauss Law.
- Gradient, divergence, curl, their integrals, and their role in electrostatics.
- Soap films and the Laplace equation.
- Electostatic theorems: Earnshaw, mean-value, and uniqueness.
- Plots for separations of variables in a 3-sided infinite slot: 3D plot, slices.
- Separation of variables in cylindrical and spherical coordinates.
- Math of multipole expansion.
- Electric dipoles.
- Bound charges and the displacement field
**D**. - Examples of dielectric boundary problems.
- MKSA v. Gauss units for dielectric equations.
- Cyclotron (Wikipedia page).
- Magnetic field lines.
- Examples of magnetic field strength.
- Biot–Savart–Laplace Law and its applications.
- Divergence and curl of the magnetic field.
- Applications of the Ampere's law.
- Equations for the vector potential and the magnetic multipole expansion.
- Classical mechanics of a charged particle in EM fields.
- Aharonov--Bohm effect, magnetic monopoles, and charge quantization.
- Material Physics web pages of Dr. Rudolf Winter (Aberystwyth University):
- Ferromagnetic domains: Wikiperia article, H dependence, hysteresis loop.
- Magnetic induction: Motional EMF, Faraday's law, Induced electric fields.
- Displacement currents, Maxwell equations, and electromagnetic waves.

Last Modified: October 28, 2017. Vadim Kaplunovsky

vadim@physics.utexas.edu