Fundamentals Of Electromagnetism Vacuum Electrodynamics Vol II

Fundamentals Of Electromagnetism Vacuum Electrodynamics Vol II

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Publisher Vinra Publication All Engineering Physics books by Vinra Publication
Author: Vinra Publication
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Fundamentals Of Electromagnetism Vacuum Electrodynamics Vol II by Vinra Publication
Book Summary:

Encyclopaedia of Advanced Electromagnetism and Vacuum Physics presents fundamentals of electromagnetism vacuum electrodynamics. Electromagnetism is a branch of physics which deals with electricity and magnetism and the interaction between them.

It was first discovered in the 19th century and has extensive application in today’s world of physics. Fundamentals of Electromagnetism: Vacuum Electrodynamics discourses the fundamentals and applications of the electromagnetic theory, highlighting basic physical aspects.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Engineering Physics Students.
Table of Content:

1. Unusual Temperature Dependence of Zero-Field Ferromagnetic Resonance in Millimeter Wave Region on Al-Substituted E-Fe2o3

2. Fmr Studies of [SNO2/ Cu-Zn Ferrite] Multilayers

3. Ferromagnetic Resonance

4. The Computational Unified Field Theory (Cuft): A Candidate ‘Theory of Everything

5. FMR Measurements of Magnetic Nanostructures

6. Detection of Magnetic Transitions by Means of Ferromagnetic Resonance and Microwave Absorption Techniques

7. Microwave Absorption in Nanostructured Spinel Ferrites

Citations, Index