Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2 by B.I. BleaneyElectricity and Magnetism, Volume 2 by B.I. Bleaney

Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2

byB.I. Bleaney, B. Bleaney

Paperback | April 10, 2013

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This book is a reissue of the third and last edition of a classic text providing the reader with a comprehensive account at first degree or introductory graduate level of the principles and experimental aspects of electricity and magnetism, together with an elementary account of the underlyingatomic theory.The book is available in a two-volume format. This second volume includes coverage of electrical and magnetic properties of matter, dielectrics, conduction in metals, magnetic materials, semiconductors and their applications in electronics, superconductors, electronic devices and circuits, magneticresonance.SI units are used throughout and there are problems at the end of each chapter.
B.I. Bleaney is a former fellow of St Hugh's College, University of Oxford. B. Bleaney was formerly Dr Lee's Professor Emeritus of Experimental Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Title:Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:768 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:April 10, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199645434

ISBN - 13:9780199645435

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Table of Contents

10. Dielectrics11. Free Electrons in Metals12. The Band Theory of Metals13. Superconductivity14. Paramagnetism15. Ferromagnetism16. Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism17. Semiconductors18. Solid-State Diodes19. Solid-State Triodes20. Amplifiers and Oscillators21. Thermionic Vacuum Tubes22. Alternating Current Measurements23. Fluctuations and Noise24. Magnetic Resonance

Editorial Reviews

"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