An introduction to the mathematical theory of electricity and magnetism

An introduction to the mathematical theory of electricity and magnetism

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I ' CfarenJon tyvtee MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM EMTAGE HENRY FROWDE PRESS WAREHOUSEOXFORD UNIVERSITY E.G.AMEN CORNER, crtce An Introduction to the ofMathematical Theory Electricity and Magnetism BY T. A. M.A.W. EMTAGE, PEMBROKE COLLEGE Examiner in the School Naturalof Science, Oxford PRESSAT THE CLARENDON 1891 rights reserved} PRINTED AT THE CLARENDON PRESS BY HORACK HAK PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITYT, PREFACE. the ofTins book has been written with object an Introduction to the Mathematical treat-supplying of and it isment and will,Electricity Magnetism, be useful to those who thehoped, possess requisite of Differential andelementary knowledge Integral Calculus. It is in and be readitself,complete may of thewithout subject. Purelyprevious knowledge of the noexperimental parts subject, requiring special mathematical have been omitted.treatment, entirely The Author is indebted for assistance toespecially of and ofthe Treatises Professor Clerk Maxwell, Messrs. Mascart and Joubert. CONTENTS. PART /. CHAPTER I. MGB LAWS OF ELECTRICAL ACTION. POTENTIAL i CHAPTER II. THEOREMS ON THE ELECTROSTATIC FIELD \i CHAPTER III. SYSTEMS OF CONDUCTORS 20 CHAPTER IV. CAPACITIES 33 CHAPTER V. SPECIFIC INDUCTIVE CAPACITY 42 CHAPTER VI. ELECTRICAL IMAGES AND INVERSION 51 CHAPTER VII. ELECTROMETERS 63 PART II. CHAPTER I MAGNETS 66 CHAPTER II. MAGNETIC INDUCTION , 78 III.CHAPTER EARTH'S MAGNETISM viii Contents PART III. CHAPTER I. PACE THE ELECTRIC CURRENT 89 CHAPTER II.

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I'CfarenJon
tyvtee
MATHEMATICAL THEORY
OF
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
EMTAGEHENRY FROWDE
PRESS WAREHOUSEOXFORD UNIVERSITY
E.G.AMEN CORNER,crtce
An Introduction to the
ofMathematical Theory Electricity
and Magnetism
BY
T. A. M.A.W. EMTAGE,
PEMBROKE COLLEGE
Examiner in the School Naturalof Science, Oxford
PRESSAT THE CLARENDON
1891
rights reserved}PRINTED AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
BY HORACK HAK PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITYT,PREFACE.
the ofTins book has been written with object
an Introduction to the Mathematical treat-supplying
of and it isment and will,Electricity Magnetism,
be useful to those who thehoped, possess requisite
of Differential andelementary knowledge Integral
Calculus. It is in and be readitself,complete may
of thewithout subject. Purelyprevious knowledge
of the noexperimental parts subject, requiring special
mathematical have been omitted.treatment, entirely
The Author is indebted for assistance toespecially
of and ofthe Treatises Professor Clerk Maxwell,
Messrs. Mascart and Joubert.