Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Fundamentals
Maxwell’s theory of electrodynamics describes electromagnetic fields in terms of the space and time variations of electromagnetic field components. In most treatises on electrodynamics, this theory is derived in a more-or-less inductive way starting from static situations, although there are notable exceptions: In Sommerfeld’s well-known books on theoretical physics, electrodynamics starts right away with the full set of Maxwell’s equations.
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