viernes, 26 de agosto de 2011

Berkeley Physics Course vol 2 Electricidad y Magnetismo- Edward M. Purcell



El segundo volumen de este curso de la universidad de berkeley, cuyo autor es el celebre edwar M. Purcell, conocido por su libro de calculo diferencial e integral, solamente lo encontre en ingles.


Preface to the Second Edition of Volume 2 
Preface to the First Edition of Volume 2 
Preface to the Berkeley Physics Course 
CHAPTER 1 ELECTROSTATICS: 
CHARGES AND FIELDS 
1.1 Electric Charge 
1.2 Conservation of Charge 
1.3 Quantization of Charge 
1.4 Coulomb's Law 
1.5 Energy of a System of Charges 
1.6 Electrical Energy in a Crystal Lattice 
1.7 The Electric Field 
1.8 Charge Distributions 
1.9 Flux 
1.10 Gauss's Law 
1.11 Field of a Spherical Charge Distribution 
1.12 Field of a Line Charge 
1.13 Field of an Infinite Flat Sheet of Charge 
1.14 The Force on a Layer of Charge 
1.15 Energy Associated with the Electric Field Problems 


CHAPTER 2 THE ELECTRIC POTENTIAL 
2.1 Line Integral of the Electric Field 
2.2 Potential Difference and the Potential Function 
2.3 Gradient of a Scalar Function 
2.4 Derivation of the Field from the Potential
2.5 Potential of a Charge Distribution Potential of Two Point Charges Potential of a Long Charged Wire
2.6 Uniformly Charged Disk 
2.7 Divergence of a Vector Function 
2.8 Gauss's Theorem and the Differential Form of Gauss's Law 
2.9 The Divergence in Cartesian Coordinates 
2.10 The Laplacian 
2.11 Laplace's Equation 
2.12 Distinguishing the Physics from the Mathematics 
2.13 The Curl of a Vector Function 
2.14 Stokes' Theorem 
2.15 The Curl in Cartesian Coordinates 
2.16 The Physical Meaning of the Curl Problems 
CHAPTER 3 ELECTRIC FIELDS AROUND CONDUCTORS
3.1 Conductors and Insulators
3.2 Conductors in the Electrostatic Field 
3.3 The General Electrostatic Problem; Uniqueness Theorem 
3.4 Some Simple Systems of Conductors 
3.5 Capacitance and Capacitors
3.6 Potentials and Charges on Several Conductors 
3.7 Energy Stored in a Capacitor 
3.8 Other Views of the Boundary-Value Problem Problems 
CHAPTER 4 ELECTRIC CURRENTS 
4.1 Electric Current and Current Density 
4.2 Steady Currents and Charge Conservation 
4.3 Electrical Conductivity and Ohm's Law 
4.4 The Physics of Electrical Conduction 
4.5 Conduction in Metals 4.6 Semiconductors
4.7 Circuits and Circuit Elements 
4.8 Energy Dissipation in Current Flow 
4.9 Electromotive Force and the Voltaic Cell 
4.10 Networks with Voltage Sources 
4.11 Variable Currents in Capacitors and Resistors Problems 
CHAPTER 5 THE FIELDS OF MOVING CHARGES 
5.1 From Oersted to Einstein 
5.2 Magnetic Forces 
5.3 Measurement of Charge in Motion 
5.4 Invariance of Charge 
5.5 Electric Field Measured in Different Frames of Reference 
5.6 Field of a Point Charge Moving with Constant Velocity 
5.7 Field of a Charge That Starts or Stops 
5.8 Force on a Moving Charge 
5.9 Interaction between a Moving Charge and Other Moving Charges Problems 
CHAPTER 6 THE MAGNETIC FIELD 
6.1 Definition of the Magnetic Field 
6.2 Some Properties of the Magnetic Field
6.3 Vector Potential 
6.4 Field of Any Current-Carrying Wire 
6.5 Fields of Rings and Coils 
6.6 Change in B at a Current Sheet 
6.7 How the Fields Transform
6.8 Rowland's Experiment 
6.9 Electric Conduction in a Magnetic Field: The Hall Effect Problems 
CHAPTER 7 ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION 
7.1 Faraday's Discovery 
7.2 A Conducting Rod Moving through a Uniform Magnetic Field 
7.3 A Loop Moving through a Nonuniform Magnetic Field 
7.4 A Stationary Loop with the Field Sources Moving 
7.5 A Universal Law of Induction 
7.6 Mutual Inductance 
7.7 A Reciprocity Theorem 
7.8 Self-inductance 
7.9 A Circuit Containing Self-inductance 
7.10 Energy Stored in the Magnetic Field Problems 
CHAPTER 8 ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS 
8.1 A Resonant Circuit 
8.2 Alternating Current 
8.3 Alternating-Current Networks 
8.4 Admittance and Impedance 
8.5 Power and Energy in Alternating-Current Circuits Problems 
CHAPTER 9 MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES 
9.1 "Something Is Missing" 
9.2 The Displacement Current 
9.3 Maxwell's Equations 
9.4 An Electromagnetic Wave 
9.5 Other Waveforms; Superposition of Waves 
9.6 Energy Transport by Electromagnetic Waves 
9.7 How a Wave Looks in a Different Frame Problems 
CHAPTER 10 ELECTRIC FIELDS IN MATTER 
10.1 Dielectrics 
10.2 The Moments of a Charge Distribution 
10.3 The Potential and Field of a Dipole 
10.4 The Torque and the Force on a Dipole in an External Field 
10.5 Atomic and Molecular Dipoles; Induced Dipole Moments 
10.6 Permanent Dipole Moments 
10.7 The Electric Field Caused by Polarized Matter 
10.8 Another Look at the Capacitor 
10.9 The Field of a Polarized Sphere 
10.10 A Dielectric Sphere in a Uniform Field 
10.11 The Field of a Charge in a Dielectric Medium, and Gauss's Law 
10.12 A Microscopic View of the Dielectric 
10.13 Polarization in Changing Fields 
10.14 The Bound-Charge Current 
10.15 An Electromagnetic Wave in a Dielectric Problems 
CHAPTER 11 MAGNETIC FIELDS IN MATTER 
11.1 How Various Substances Respond to a Magnetic Field 
11.2 The Absence of Magnetic "Charge" 
11.3 The Field of a Current Loop 
11.4 The Force on a Dipole in an External Field 
11.5 Electric Currents in Atoms 
11.6 Electron Spin and Magnetic Moment 
11.7 Magnetic Susceptibility 
11.8 The Magnetic Field Caused by Magnetized Matter 
11.9 The Field of a Permanent Magnet 
11.10 Free Currents, and the Field H 
11.11 Ferromagnetism Problems 
Appendix A: A Short Review of Special Relativity 
Appendix B: Radiation by an Accelerated Charge 
Appendix C: Superconductivity 
Appendix D: Magnetic Resonance 
Appendix E: Exact Relations among SI and CGS Units Index


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  1. bien gracias men, y el solucionario?

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