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  1. Electricity and Magnetism (Georgia State University) star
      Provides a comprehensive and concise description of basic topics in electricity and magnetism. 02-08

  2. Maxwell's Equations (Georgia State University)
      Provides Gauss' law for electricity, Gauss' law for magnetism, faraday's law of induction, and Ampere's law. 02-08

  3. Maxwell's Equations (Wikipedia.org)
      "In electromagnetism, Maxwell's equations are a set of four equations that were first presented as a distinct group in 1884 by Oliver Heaviside in conjunction with Willard Gibbs. These equations had appeared throughout James Clerk Maxwell's 1861 paper entitled On Physical Lines of Force."

      "Those equations describe the interrelationship between electric field, magnetic field, electric charge, and electric current. Although Maxwell himself was the originator of only one of these equations (by virtue of modifying an already existing equation), he derived them all again independently in conjunction with his molecular vortex model of Faraday's 'lines of force'." 02-08

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  1. Magnetism (Wikipedia.org)
      "In physics, magnetism is a phenomenon by which materials exert an attractive or repulsive force on other materials." 10-04

   
   


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