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PHY 382 - Electrodynamics

This course develops an advanced treatise of dynamic charged particles. Emphasis is placed on time-dependent Maxwell's equations, specifically Faraday's Law, and the variational relationship between electric and magnetic fields. Partial differential operators, such as the Laplacian and D'Alembertian, are utilized in representing oscillations. Students will expound on their understanding of classical electrodynamic properties, such as current and flux, on a subatomic scale.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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