Posted on Tuesday, April 07, 2015
By Kadri

Electricity and Magnetism: New Formulation by Introduction of Superconductivity by Teruo Matsushita

Electricity and Magnetism is a crucial part of any undergraduate physics course at colleges and universities and one that often times separates the students into who will graduate and who will not.

Electricity and magnetism is fascinating if you spend enough time actually learning it - just a lecture course normally wouldn't be enough, and you have to work hard with a textbook. Although there are probably few lecture courses that teach electricity and magnetism with this formulation, students would benefit from looking at the subject from a different angle, where you get a better understanding of the interplay between electric and magnetic fields.

The textbook is quite interesting right from the beginning, various exercises and worked examples help set in the topics covered and if needed you can consult the appendix for some of the mathematics you might need if you get stuck with something you've forgotten.

If you've previously gone through an electricity and magnetism textbook that uses the more classical formulation, then this one will either seem like too much or like a fresh new breeze and very exciting.
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