## Electromagnetic TheoryThis book is an electromagnetics classic. Originally published in 1941, it has been used by many generations of students, teachers, and researchers ever since. Since it is classic electromagnetics, every chapter continues to be referenced to this day. This classic reissue contains the entire, original edition first published in 1941. Additionally, two new forewords by Dr. Paul E. Gray (former MIT President and colleague of Dr. Stratton) and another by Dr. Donald G. Dudley, Editor of the IEEE Press Series on E/M Waves on the significance of the book's contribution to the field of Electromagnetics. |

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Macroscopic Properties of Matter | 10 |

Units and Dimensions | 16 |

The Electromagnetic Potentials | 23 |

Boundary Conditions | 34 |

The Field Tensors | 59 |

CHAPTER II | 83 |

Electromagnetic Forces on Charges and Currents | 96 |

Dispersion | 321 |

Velocities op Propagation | 330 |

Problems | 340 |

CHAPTER VI | 349 |

Wave Functions of the Circular Cylinder | 355 |

Integral Representations of Wave Functions | 361 |

Wave Functions of the Elliptic Cylinder | 375 |

Problems | 387 |

Electrostatic Energy | 104 |

Magnetostatic Energy | 118 |

Energy Flow | 131 |

Forces on a Dielectric in an Electrostatic Field | 137 |

Forces in the Magnetostatic Field | 153 |

CHAPTER III | 160 |

Calculation of the Field from the Charge Distribution | 165 |

Expansion of the Potential in Spherical Harmonics | 172 |

Dielectric Polarization | 183 |

Boundaryvalue Problems | 194 |

Problem of the Sphere | 201 |

Problem of the Ellipsoid | 207 |

Problems | 217 |

CHAPTER IV | 225 |

A Digression on Units and Dimensions | 238 |

Discontinuities op the Vectors A and B | 245 |

Boundaryvalue Problems | 254 |

Problems | 262 |

CHAPTER V | 268 |

General Solutions of the Onedimensional Wave Equation | 284 |

tive Medium | 292 |

The Scalar Wave Equation in Spherical Coordinates | 399 |

The Vector Wave Equation in Spherical Coordinates | 414 |

Problems | 420 |

A Multipole Expansion | 431 |

Radiation Theory of Linear Antenna Systems | 438 |

The KirchhoffHuygens Principle | 460 |

Fourdimensional Formulation of the Radiation Problem | 470 |

Problems | 477 |

General Theorems | 483 |

Reflection and Refraction at a Plane Surface | 490 |

Plane Sheets | 511 |

Propagation along a Circular Cylinder | 524 |

Coaxial Lines | 545 |

Oscillations op a Sphere | 554 |

Diffraction of a Plane Wave by a Sphere | 563 |

Effect of the Earth on the Propagation of Radio Waves | 573 |

Problems | 588 |

APPENDIX I | 601 |

APPENDIX IV | 608 |

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