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Here are my solutions to various problems in David J. Griffiths’s excellent textbook Introduction to Electrodynamics, Third Edition. Obviously I can’t offer any . Introduction to Electrodynamics, 4th ed. by David Griffiths. Corrections to the Instructor’s Solution Manual. (These corrections have been made. INSTFIUCTOFFS SOLUTIONS MANUAL INTRODUCTION to ELECTRODYNAMICS Third Edition David J. Griffiths.

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I am taking a class involving this book again, and have been reacquainted with how awesome it is. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Open Preview See a Problem? Draft saved Draft deleted. Much of the math is overly-shortcutted for my tastes, but that is why the book is so thin. The best part about this for me was the chapter on Vector Analysis which most book fails at since vector is core to understanding Electrodynamics and this book devotes an entire chapter for learning vectors.

One of them is hardly readable.

Magnetic Fields in Matter 7. Intuitive griffirhs and explanations accompany any abstract proof. Not just one of the best textbooks on Electrodynamics, but it’s one of the best textbooks I’ve ever read! The problems in the book are average ones, not so hard and not so easy, so if you give some time to yourself, you can easily solve them.


Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J. Griffiths

Field and Wave Electromagnetics by David K. Jan 25, Silvio Curtis rated it really liked it. If he could have just made the special relativity part higher level and added more exercises for Mikowski-Raum in order it to be -for anyone- easier with 4th-dimensional problems.

Also the 4th edition is a bit thinner and has a way nicer cover.

This book presents the em matter in a very informal way which is what Griffiths is successful on explaining the boring subject at times in an articulate way. See 2 questions about Introduction to Electrodynamics…. This is the kind of textbook that a self-motivated learner read: Jan 01, Ivan Idris rated it really liked it.

Introduction to Electrodynamics

I do not care for Griffiths quantum book does he advertise it in newer editions? For an example, one of the later chapters in the book gives a brief introduction to the theory of special relativity.

I also griffuths out of the exam with an A, yay me! Jun 26, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: David’s notation is better, except that the r-prime for location of charge and the r-prime for r variable under the integral sign can be confused when you’re just quickly looking something up. The one book which might give a tough competition to this book is Electricity and Magnetism by purcell. Last edited by a moderator: While students need to be quite comfortable with calculus to deal with the notation, the explanations are elementary and clear.


Very clear, concise, and, believe it or griffithw, funny.

Feb 14, Electric fields of stationary charges and magnetic fields of steady currents. Aug 31, DJ rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The order in which he presents the topics is perfect; each new topic builds on the previous topics.

He treats the subject with just the right level of rigor, where you understand why the equations and principles are the way they are, but not at the point where you are swamped with burdensome grad school math. I am sad that it is the only book used at some schools as the last few chapters especially relativity are not as good as earlier ones and it griffihts not cover some topics like electrodynamics thoroughly.

Jul 24, Langsguyar Arteaga rated it it was amazing. For more advanced material you’ll need Jackson, but Griffiths smooths the way tremendously. Please Add Book Cover 2 11 Jan 28,