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  1. Magnetic Information Storage Technology: A Volume in the ELECTROMAGNETISM Series by Shan X. Wang, Alex M. Taratorin, 1999-05-12
  2. Classical Theory of Electromagnetism by Baldassare Di Bartolo, 2004-11
  3. Michael Faraday and the Discovery of Electromagnetism (Uncharted, Unexplored, and Unexplained) by Susan Zannos, 2004-11
  4. Introduction to the Principles of Electromagnetism by Walter Hauser, 1971-09
  5. Fast Multipole Methods for the Helmholtz Equation in Three Dimensions (Elsevier Series in Electromagnetism) by Nail A Gumerov, Ramani Duraiswami, 2005-02-10
  6. Beginning Physics II:Waves, Electromagnetism, Optics and Modern Physics by Alvin Halpern, Erich Erlbach, 1998-06-01
  7. Feynman on Electromagnetism (The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume 16: Cassettes) by Richard P. Feynman, 2002-06-15
  8. Electromagnetism And The Structure Of Matter by Daniele Funaro, 2008-06-16
  9. Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers (Tutorial Guides in Electronic Engineering) by R. G. Carter, 1992-06
  10. Permanent Magnet and Electromechanical Devices: Materials, Analysis, and Applications (Electromagnetism) by Edward P. Furlani, 2001-09-12
  11. Applied Electromagnetism (Applied Electricity & Electronics) by P. Hammond, 2001-01-15
  12. Spacetime and Electromagnetism: An Essay on the Philosophy of the Special Theory of Relativity by J.R. Lucas, P.E. Hodgson, 1990-07-19
  13. Electromagnetism and the Sacred: At the Frontier of Spirit and Matter by Lawrence Fagg, 1999-05-01
  14. Mind, Body and Electromagnetism by John Evans, D.A.P.A., 1992-05-21

41. Electrodynamics
PS lecture notes from Cambridge. Topics include Maxwell's equations, electrostatics, relativity, relativistic electromagnetism, energymomentum tensor, quamtum effects, and Born-Infeld theory.

42. Creating Electromagnetism - Succeed In Physical Science
Copyright Restrictions. Creating electromagnetism. by Ron Kurtus (revised9 August 2002). By applications. How electromagnetism works.
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Explanation of how Electromagnetism is created to succeed in Physical Science. Also refer to physics, magnetism, electromagnet, magnet, electricity, electrons, AC, DC, forces, compass, poles, iron, WBT, education, School for Champions, Kurtus Technologies, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Creating Electromagnetism
by Ron Kurtus (revised 9 August 2002) By wrapping an insulated strand of wire around a piece of iron or steel and running electrical current through the wire, the metal can become magnetized. This is called an electromagnet. A magnetic field is created around a wire when it has electrical current running through it, and creating a coil of wire concentrates the field. Wrapping the wire around an iron core greatly increases the strength of the magnetic field. Questions you may have include:
  • How can you make an electromagnet? What factors are involved in electromagnetism? How does an iron core affect the strength?

43. Electricity And Magnetism
An introductory course on electromagnetism with all lecture notes in HTML.
The new home page for P10D Electricity and Magnetism is here . Please update your book marks accordingly. Thank you. Dr. J. Sodha

44. Electromagnetism Innovations And Patents
electromagnetism Innovations and Patents © 2002 Dialysis. More informationon electromagnetism and electromagnetism Research References.
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    46. History
    A time line of the development of electromagnetism from 900 BC to 1905.
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    A Ridiculously Brief History of Electricity and Magnetism Mostly from E. T. Whittaker's A History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity... 900 BC - Magnus, a Greek shepherd, walks across a field of black stones which pull the iron nails out of his sandals and the iron tip from his shepherd's staff (authenticity not guaranteed). This region becomes known as Magnesia. 600 BC - Thales of Miletos rubs amber ( elektron in Greek) with cat fur and picks up bits of feathers. 1269 - Petrus Peregrinus of Picardy, Italy, discovers that natural spherical magnets (lodestones) align needles with lines of longitude pointing between two pole positions on the stone. 1600 - William Gilbert, court physician to Queen Elizabeth, discovers that the earth is a giant magnet just like one of the stones of Peregrinus, explaining how compasses work. He also discusses static electricity and invents an electric fluid which is liberated by rubbing. ca. 1620 - Niccolo Cabeo discovers that electricity can be repulsive as well as attractive.

    47. Electromagnetism -- From Eric Weisstein's World Of Physics
    electromagnetism, electromagnetism is the study of of propertiesand interactions of objects with electric and magnetic fields.

    Electric Fields Electromagnetism Magnetic Fields

    Electromagnetism is the study of of properties and interactions of objects with electric and magnetic fields Electric Field Electromagnetic Wave Magnetic Field
    References Abraham, M. and Becker, R. The Classical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, 2nd ed. London: Blackie, 1950. Batygin, V. V. and Toptygin, I. N. Problems in Electrodynamics, 2nd ed. rev. sup. London: Academic Press, 1978. Becker, R. Electromagnetic Fields and Interactions. Vol. 1: Electromagnetic Theory and Relativity. Bekefi, G. and Barrett, A. H. Electromagnetic Vibrations, Waves, and Radiation. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1987. Bleaney, B. I. and Bleaney, B. Electricity and Magnetism, 3rd ed., Vol. 1. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1989. Bleaney, B. I. and Bleaney, B. Electricity and Magnetism, 3rd ed., Vol. 2. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1989. Dugdale, D. S. Essentials of Electromagnetism. AIP, 1993. Ehrlich, R. et al. Electricity and Magnetism Simulations.

    48. Seismology & Electromagnetism Homepage
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    49. Electromagnetism
    What Holds it Together? electromagnetism The electromagnetic force causeslikecharged things to repel and oppositely-charged things to attract.
    What Holds it Together? Electromagnetism The electromagnetic force causes like-charged things to repel and oppositely-charged things to attract. Many everyday forces, such as friction, and even magnetism, are caused by the electromagnetic, or E-M force. For instance, the force that keeps you from falling through the floor is the electromagnetic force which causes the atoms making up the matter in your feet and the floor to resist being displaced.
    The carrier particle of the electromagnetic force is the photon ). Photons of different energies span the electromagnetic spectrum of x rays, visible light, radio waves, and so forth. Photons have zero mass, as far as we know, and always travel at the "speed of light", c, which is about 300,000,000 meters per second, or 186,000 miles per second, in a vacuum.

    50. James Clerk Maxwell
    The Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell (18311879) did revolutionary work in electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases.
    James Clerk Maxwell
    The Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, b. Nov. 13, 1831, d. Nov. 5, 1879, did revolutionary work in electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases. After graduating (1854) with a degree in mathematics from Trinity College, Cambridge, he held professorships at Marischal College in Aberdeen (1856) and King's College in London (1860) and became the first Cavendish Professor of Physics at Cambridge in 1871. Maxwell's most important achievement was his extension and mathematical formulation of Michael Faraday's theories of electricity and magnetic lines of force. In his research, conducted between 1864 and 1873, Maxwell showed that a few relatively simple mathematical equations could express the behavior of electric and magnetic fields and their interrelated nature; that is, an oscillating electric charge produces an electromagnetic field. These four partial differential equations first appeared in fully developed form in Electricity and Magnetism (1873). Since known as Maxwell's equations they are one of the great achievements of 19th-century physics. Maxwell also calculated that the speed of propagation of an electromagnetic field is approximately that of the speed of light. He proposed that the phenomenon of light is therefore an electromagnetic phenomenon. Because charges can oscillate with any frequency, Maxwell concluded that visible light forms only a small part of the entire spectrum of possible electromagnetic radiation.

    51. Foscarini Physics Lab: Electromagnetism Section
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    53. Glossary Definition: Electromagnetism
    electromagnetism. A theory that deals with the physical relationsbetween electricity and magnetism, and which shows visible light
    A theory that deals with the physical relations between electricity and magnetism, and which shows visible light to be part of a spectrum of electromagnetic radiation encompassing radio waves, microwaves, and x-rays. Glossary Index To return to the previous topic, click on your browser's 'Back' button, or select from the topics list.

    54. Electrostatics 3D Educational Software.
    3D electromagnetism software for colleges and high schools for visualization of equipotential surfaces and field lines of many kinds of charges in addition with topographic and colored views
    Electrostatics software (electromagnetism software) for colleges and high schools for the visualization of equipotential surfaces and electric field lines in 2D, 3D and topographhic view and deals with many kinds of charges (point, linear, plane..conductive sphere, di electric)
    Equipotential Surfaces and field Lines
    By NIMA Software Group Chief programmer : Nima Bigdely New version 3.2 released Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java. Equipotential Surfaces is a software that shows electric potential and field lines for many kind of charges. It has been created to help students visualize electrostatics. It's useful for both high school and college students . For more electromagnetism images Click Here Software features :
    • Dealing with many kinds of charges : Point , Linear and page charges with limited or unlimited length , Conductive spheres and Di Electric boundaries Accurate calculations . It finds potential by REAL mathematical integration (not inaccurate numerical calculation of integrals) Helps your imagination by Colored electric potentials Colored E field values and individual charge E vectors Drawing the route of a projectile charge influenced by other charges Topographical and colored view of potential and E field value
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    55. Science : Electromagnetism
    Directory. Subjects Science electromagnetism. You may browse thiscategory by title or by publication date. 1653 titles (showing 120)
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    57. Pico Technology: Electromagnetism - Experiments With A Bicycle Dynamo
    Pico Technology Application notes electromagnetism Experiments with aBicycle Dynamo. electromagnetism - Experiments with a Bicycle Dynamo.
    Electromagnetism - Experiments with a Bicycle Dynamo
    This educational application note shows how the output of a bicycle dynamo can be displayed using a PC based oscilloscope. It assumes a basic knowledge of electromagnetic induction. Contents Equipment required :- Any bicycle dynamo should be suitable for these experiments. We used a bicycle dynamo with a pulley wheel, handle and bulb mounted on a demonstration stand. This was purchased from Griffin Education (part number XKE-650-J). Experiment setup The experiment was setup as shown in the photograph below. Experiment Results To test the setup, the handle on pulley was given a single turn. PicoScope oscilloscope software was set to single shot trigger to capture the results. Pre-trigger (20%) was used to show signals before and after the trigger event. The PicoScope screen shot shows the results: Questions 1. How long did the dynamo keep turning?

    58. Electromagnetism    A
    Themes Science Physics electromagnetism. ..Electrostatics, ..Magnetostatics.
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    59. Animal Electromagnetism
    Human beings are not the only creatures on earth that exploit electromagnetismto sense their surroundings and communicate with one another.
    The Strange Senses
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    H uman beings are not the only creatures on earth that exploit electromagnetism to sense their surroundings and communicate with one another. A variety of fresh-water fish from rivers in Africa and South America do so as well. What is more, they do it in quite a sophisticated fashion. F or example, unless the number of species in a particular river makes it too difficult, they seem to obey a sort of master frequency allocation plan, with each species assigned to a different band, and individuals using different frequencies within that band. If two fish approach each other and find that their signals are too similar, one will shift its frequency in a behavior known as the jamming avoidance response. Thanks to the research of the late Walter Heiligenberg and his group at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, Calif., the jamming avoidance response is probably the best understood vertebrate behavior in terms of the neural circuitry and information processing involved. I nterestingly, weakly electric fish do not use some sort of analog of radar or sonar, as bats do. Rather, they establish a more or less dipole field around themselves and sense the resulting voltage distribution across their skin surface. Perturbations in the field cause corresponding perturbations in the potential distribution, which the fish analyze to learn about the environment.

    60. B7 Relativity And Electromagnetism Home Page
    MATHEMATICAL INSTITUTE The University of Oxford. B7 Relativity and electromagnetism. .Relativity and electromagnetism, 16 Lectures, HT by Dr LJ.Mason. Aims.
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    The lectures are on Mondays at 11am and Tuesdays at 9am.
    Problem sheets 1-4 can be found here in postcript format and here in pdf format The class allocation list can be found here. (This may not contain changes made after the end of first week.) The full lecture notes are now available here: in postscript format or in pdf (acrobat reader) format. The notes are also available in compressed form with two pages to a side for cheaper printing in postscript or in pdf. The handout `Useful vector formulae' from lecture 2 is linked in here in postscript or here in pdf.
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    Relativity and Electromagnetism,
    16 Lectures, HT by Dr L.J.Mason
    Maxwell's electromagnetic theory revealed light as an electromagnetic phenomenon. Its speed proved to be observer independent, a discovery which led to the overthrow of classical Newtonian mechanics, in which time was absolute. The aim of the course is to study Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity and Maxwell's electrodynamics, which have necessitated profound changes in our ideas of space and time. These theories together with Quantum Theory are essential for an understanding of modern physics. Synopsis
    Introduction to Maxwell's electromagnetic equations. Constancy of the speed of light. Lorentz transformations and the invariance of the wave operator. Time dilation, length contraction and the relativistic Doppler effect. Simple `paradoxes'.

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