Physics 304, Advanced Electricity and Magnetism I
Joseph Ross, Texas A&M University
General course information:
The course syllabus is found at this link.
The required text,
Introduction to Electrodynamics (Third Edition), by Griffiths, should be in the
bookstores. This course covers approximately the material in the first 6 chapters in the
text. The follow-on course Physics 305 is a continuation, and uses the same
(In case you come across an uncorrected 1999 3rd edition, here is the list of text
Problem sets will be posted at the homework
page as the semester proceeds, while
solutions and lecture slides will appear on the elearning
page for this course.
Exams: See here for a sample first exam, and
its solution. A sample exam 2 can by
found by following this
link, and the solution is here,
while a sample final exam can by found by following this
link, and its solutions here.
In case of problems email me at .
A few useful links:
Well-done simulation of actual field of
solenoid, among other things.
Here is an integration page
Also, a related page on series
Fourier Series from MathWorld.
A nice list of
integration tables you can purchase.
Here is the Wikipedia
page with a compact table showing the gradient, curl,
etc. in curvilinear coordinate systems.
PhysLINK news and reference.
Advance of Physics has some reviews and many links.
The Amercan Physical Society
J. H. Ross' home page.
TAMU Physics Department page.
Texas A&M University.
All course notes and lecture materials posted on this site
are copright © 2009-2011, Joseph Ross