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Electricity and Magnetism, Volumes 1 and 2

Third Edition

B. I. Bleaney and B. Bleaney

April 2013

ISBN: 9780199651931

832 pages
Pack
234x156mm

Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences

Price: £74.00

A reissue of two classic volumes on electromagnetism. It provides an introduction to the principles and experimental aspects of electricity and magnetism, as well as coverage of electrical and magnetic properties of matter, dielectrics, semiconductors, superconductors, and electronic devices and circuits.

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A reissue of two classic volumes on electromagnetism. It provides an introduction to the principles and experimental aspects of electricity and magnetism, as well as coverage of electrical and magnetic properties of matter, dielectrics, semiconductors, superconductors, and electronic devices and circuits.

  • Reissue of an important classic text
  • Comprehensive introduction to electricity and magnetism
  • Volume 1 covers the basic theory of electricity and magnetism
  • Volume 2 covers the electrical and magnetic properties of matter
  • Both volumes are completed with a significantly improved index

About the Author(s)

B. I. Bleaney, Formerly Fellow of St Hugh's College, University of Oxford, and B. Bleaney, Formerly Dr Lee's Professor Emeritus of Experimental Philosophy, University of Oxford

B.I. Bleaney was a former Fellow of St Hugh's College, University of Oxford.

B. Bleaney was formerly Dr Lee's Professor Emeritus of Experimental Philosophy, University of Oxford.

Table of Contents

    Bleaney and Bleaney: Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 1
    Bleaney and Bleaney: Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2

Reviews

Review from previous edition For many years, teachers of electricity and magnetism have been able to present their own personal selection of what is interesting and important in the subject, knowing that they can fill the gaps by referring the student to Bleaney and Bleaney for the full story. - The Times Higher Education Supplement

Since its first appearance (as a single volume) in 1957, this book has served generations of British undergraduate physics students as the ultimate authoritative reference on the physics of electricity and magnetism. - John A. Shaw, Division of Physical Sciences, Hatfield Polytechnic

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