List of textbooks in electromagnetism

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The study of electromagnetism in higher education, as a fundamental part of both physics and engineering, is typically accompanied by textbooks devoted to the subject. The American Physical Society and the American Association of Physics Teachers recommend a full year of graduate study in electromagnetism for all physics graduate students.[1] A joint task force by those organizations in 2006 found that in 76 of the 80 US physics departments surveyed, a course using John David Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics was required for all first year graduate students.[1] For undergraduates, there are several widely used textbooks, including David Griffiths' Introduction to Electrodynamics and Electricity and Magnetism by Edward Mills Purcell and D. J. Morin[2] Also at an undergraduate level, Richard Feynman's classic The Feynman Lectures on Physics is available online to read for free.

Undergraduate[edit]

Front cover of Griffiths' Electrodynamics (fourth edition)

There are several widely used undergraduate textbooks in electromagnetism, including David Griffiths' Introduction to Electrodynamics as well as Electricity and Magnetism by Edward Mills Purcell and D. J. Morin[2] The Classic lecture series Feynman's Lectures on Physics by Richard Feynman also includes a volume on electromagnetism that is available to read online for free, through the California Institute of Technology.

Author Title Year Units Publication Reception and use
Richard P. Feynman The Feynman Lectures on Physics
(volume 2 and parts of volume 1)
1963 SI[3] Addison-Wesley[4] [5][6][7][8][9][10][11][3][7][12][13][3]
Edward Mills Purcell Electricity and Magnetism 1985 (2nd ed.) Gaussian[3] McGraw-Hill[14] [15][16][3]
David Griffiths Introduction to Electrodynamics 2012 (4th ed.) SI[3] Addison-Wesley[17] [18][19][2][3]
Edward Mills Purcell and D. J. Morin Electricity and Magnetism 2013 (3rd ed.) SI[3] Cambridge University Press[20] [21][22][2][3]
Melvin Schwartz Principles of Electrodynamics 1987 Dover Publications[23] [24]
Gerald L. Pollack and Daniel R. Stump Electromagnetism 2002 SI[25] Addison Wesley[26] [25]
Wayne M. Saslow Electricity, Magnetism, and Light 2002 SI[3] Academic Press[27] [28][29][3]
Roald K. Wangsness Electromagnetic Fields 2007 (2nd ed.) John Wiley & Sons[30] [31]
I.S. Grant and W.R. Phillips Electromagnetism 2008 (2nd ed.) John Wiley & Sons[32] [33]
John R. Reitz, Frederick J. Milford, and Robert W. Christy Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory 2008 (4th ed.) Addison Wesley[34] [35][36][37][38]

Graduate[edit]

Front dust cover of Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics (third edition)

A 2006 report by a joint taskforce between the American Physical Society and the American Association of Physics Teachers found that 76 of the 80 physics departments surveyed require a first-year graduate course in John David Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics.[39][1] This made Jackson's book the most popular textbook in any field of graduate-level physics, with Herbert Goldstein's Classical Mechanics as the second most popular with adoption at 48 universities.[1] In a 2015 review of Andrew Zangwill's Modern Electrodynamics in the American Journal of Physics, James S. Russ claims Jackson's textbook has been "[t]he classic electrodynamics text for the past four decades" and that it is "the book from which most current-generation physicists took their first course."[40]

Author Title Year Units Publication Reception and use
Lev Landau and Evgeny Lifshitz The Classical Theory of Fields
(Course of Theoretical Physics volume 2)
1980 (4th ed.) Gaussian[3] Butterworth Heinemann[41] [42][43][44][45][46][47][48][3]
Lev Landau and Evgeny Lifshitz Electrodynamics of Continuous Media
(Course of Theoretical Physics volume 8)
1984 (2nd ed.) Gaussian Butterworth Heinemann[49] [50][51][52][53]
John David Jackson Classical Electrodynamics 1975 (2nd ed.) Gaussian[3] Wiley[54] [55][56][57][58][3][40]
John David Jackson Classical Electrodynamics 1999 (3rd ed.) Mixed[59] Wiley[60] [61][62][63][64][3][1][40]
Julian Schwinger Classical Electrodynamics 1998 Gaussian[3] Perseus Books[65] [66][67][68][3]
Charles A. Brau Modern Problems in Classical Electrodynamics 2004 SI[3] Oxford University Press[69] [70][71][3]
Wolfgang K. H. Panofsky and Melba Phillips Classical Electricity and Magnetism 2005 (2nd ed.) Dover Publications[72] [73][74][75][76]
Anupam Garg Classical Electromagnetism in a Nutshell 2012 Gaussian[3] Princeton University Press[77] [78][3]
Andrew Zangwill Modern Electrodynamics 2013 SI[3] Cambridge University Press[79] [80][81][3]

Engineering textbooks[edit]

According to a 2011 review of textbooks in electromagnetics and computational electromagnetics by David B. Davidson, Julius Adams Stratton's Electromagnetic Theory remains the classic text in electromagnetics and is still regularly cited.[82] Davidson goes on to point out that Constantine A. Balanis' Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics and Roger F. Harrington's Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields are standard references at the post-graduate level.[82]

Author Title Level Year Publication Reviews and use
Hermann A. Haus Electromagnetic Fields and Energy Introductory[82] 1989 Prentice-Hall[83] [82]
Simon Ramo Fields and waves in communication electronics Introductory[82] 2008 Wiley[84] [85][82]
Julius Adams Stratton Electromagnetic Theory General[82] 2007 Wiley-IEEE Press[86] [82]
Weng Cho Chew Waves and Fields in Inhomogenous Media Post-graduate[82] 1999 Wiley[87] [82]
Roger F. Harrington Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields Post-graduate[82] 2001 Wiley[88] [89][82]
Constantine A. Balanis Advanced engineering electromagnetics Post-graduate[82] 2012 Wiley[90] [91][92][82]
Richard C. Booton Computational methods for electromagnetics and microwaves Computational techniques[82] 1992 Wiley[93] [94][95]
Weng Cho Chew, J. Jin, E. Michielssen, and Jiming Song Fast and Efficient Algorithms in Computational Electromagnetics Computational techniques[82] 2001 Artech House[96] [97]
J. Jin The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics Computational techniques[82] 2002 (2nd ed.) IEEE Press[98] [99][100]
Allen Taflove and Susan C. Hagness Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method Computational techniques[82] 2005 (3rd ed.) Artech House[101] [102]
Carl Theodore Adolf Johnk Engineering electromagnetic fields and waves General 1988 Wiley[103] [104]
Percy Hammond Electromagnetism for engineers : an introductory course Introductory 1997 Oxford University Press[105] [106][107]

Further reading[edit]

  • Fleisch, Daniel (2008). A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-87761-9. Lemons, Don S. (November 2009). "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations DanielFleisch. 134 pp. Cambridge U. P., New York, 2008. Price: $28.99(paper) ISBN 978-0-521-70147-1". American Journal of Physics. 77 (11): 1086. doi:10.1119/1.3133085. ISSN 0002-9505.
  • Lounesto, Pertti (1997). Clifford Algebras and Spinors. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-59916-4.

See also[edit]

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