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I can’t speak for this book specifically it may be an anomaly but international versions of textbooks are exactly the same, except perhaps for the cover and ISBN number.

Introduction to Electrodynamics

Magnetic Fields in Matter 7. The way he writes his books is wonderfully unique- as if he were delivering a public lecture, with all the tiny little jokes, while at the same time not missing out the much required mathematics. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

This is a book that always provides intuition behind everything. This book is a good one to start forming that habit. Do you already have an account?

Quotes from Introduction to E Griffighs wish this had been my text book a class earlier. This book presents the subject matter in a very informal way which is what Griffiths is successful on explaining the boring griffitgs at times in an articulate way. It can be more useful if used with “Classical Mechanics” by Taylor. My favorite is chapter 9. Introduction to Electrodynamics is probably the best book I have read on Electrodynamics at the Introductory level, though I have heard great reviews on the Classical Electrodynamics by Jackson which is what I am planning to read very soon.


I have seen two versions on ebay: T This book is the paragon of fine textbook writing. Some people prefer the book of Jackson, but I should say that this briffiths peerless for undergrads majoring physics. Jun 15, 8. It shows how the laws of electromagnetic waves and radiation are related to Maxwell’s r&m – I really wished I was following the math at that point!

Griffith discusses experiment, history, and theory alongside one another. Shankar’s “Principles of Quantum Mechanics” offers a nice introduction with underlying prerequisite …more Haven’t read it in its entirety yetbut R.

Yes, my password is: The best book ever to learn electrodynamics! Electric Fields in Matter 5. Want to Read saving…. Return to Book Page.

Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J. Griffiths

Jul 30, Many explanations I find lacking like his riff on magnetic forces do no work and dealing with topological issues in vector calculus. Griffitus 01, Ivan Idris rated it really liked it.

This is a pretty good book at its level. I reading another book at the same time or after would help. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I wish I had read it when, I first heard about electromagnetic fields. Jun 14, 6. CAFJun 14, Jan 24, 1. That seems like something he would do. Jun 15, His lucid language and clear explanation and sometimes quirky humor makes the subject a cakewalk. Equations and theorems are documented in such a way that they can be referenced effortlessly.


This book is an introduction on electricity and magnetism covering: Doing the exercises is like unwrapping a present; each leading the student to discover some new and interesting facet of the material most recently presented.

It is of course not illegal to purchase the international edition in the U. Very clear, concise, and, believe it or not, funny.

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Preview — Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J. I cannot recommend this book enough, but I don’t have to, because literally everyone uses it, because nothing is as good as it. SaitamaFeb 3,