- A bizarre example of Faraday's law
- Abraham-Lorentz formula - physical basis
- Accelerating an atomic electron with a changing magnetic field
- Alfven's theorem
- Alternating current
- Ampère's law and the steady current assumption
- Ampère's law for steady currents
- Ampère's law: slab of current
- Ampère's law: surface of integration
- Angular momentum conservation: example with a solenoid
- Angular momentum in a magnetized sphere
- Angular momentum in electromagnetic fields
- Angular momentum of a charge and magnetic monopole
- Apparent speeds greater than the speed of light
- Auxiliary magnetic field H
- Average field over a sphere
- Average magnetic field within a sphere
- Average of product of two waves
- Balancing magnetic force with gravity
- Biot-Savart law - current loops
- Biot-Savart law: a couple more examples
- Biot-Savart law: force on other currents
- Bound charges in a dielectric
- Boundary between magnetic materials
- Capacitance
- Centre of momentum frame
- Changing a particle's speed in a cyclotron
- Charging and discharging a capacitor: applying Ohm's law
- Charging and discharging a capacitor: general case
- Clausius-Mossotti formula - examples
- Coaxial cable with dielectric
- Coaxial cable with varying current
- Coaxial solenoids
- Coaxial wave guides: TEM mode
- Collision of a pion and a proton
- Collision of two identical particles
- Compound Lorentz transformations
- Conducting sphere half-embedded in dielectric plane
- Conservation of energy in a capacitor
- Contravariant gradient operator
- Copper pipes in a conducting medium
- Coulomb and Lorenz gauges
- Coulomb's law
- Curl & Potential - Example
- Curl & Potential in Electrostatics
- Curl and Stokes's theorem
- Current between two plates with a spherical perturbation
- Current loop in a magnetic field
- Currents and relativity
- Currents in magnetic fields
- Curvilinear coordinates
- Cycloid motion in crossed electric and magnetic fields
- Decay of a pion into a muon and a neutrino
- Decay of a pion into two photons
- Decay time for free charge in a conductor
- Detecting magnetic monopoles
- Deviation from Coulomb's law
- Diamagnetism
- Dielectric constant
- Dielectric cube: bound charges
- Dielectric cylinder in uniform electric field
- Dielectric examples
- Dielectric shell surrounding conducting sphere
- Dielectric sphere in uniform electric field
- Dielectric sphere with free charge
- Dipole between two angled conducting planes
- Dipole force and energy
- Dipole in dielectric sphere
- Dipole-dipole forces and torques
- Dipole-dipole interactions
- Dipoles
- Displacement current in a capacitor
- Displacement current in an infinite wire
- Displacement current is very small
- Divergence & Gauss's Theorem
- Divergence of magnetic field: magnetic monopoles
- Divergenceless vector field as a curl
- Dropping loops through magnetic fields
- Duality transformation for magnetic and electric charge
- Elastic collision of two identical particles
- Electric and magnetic forces in two charged wires
- Electric dipole radiation from an arbitrary source
- Electric dipole time-varying potentials; Lorenz gauge condition
- Electric displacement
- Electric displacement: boundary conditions
- Electric field & potential - more examples
- Electric field of a dipole
- Electric field outside an infinite wire
- Electric field within a cavity inside a dielectric
- Electric potential
- Electric potential - examples
- Electric potential from a steady current
- Electric potential from charges - Examples 1
- Electric potential from charges - Examples 2
- Electric quadrupole radiation
- Electromagnetic field tensor: a couple of examples
- Electromagnetic field tensor: Lorentz transformations
- Electromagnetic Minkowski force
- Electromagnetic waves in conductors: energy density and intensity
- Electromagnetic waves in conductors: phases and amplitudes
- Electromagnetic waves in matter: normal reflection and transmission
- Electromagnetic waves in matter: reflection and transmission coefficients
- Electromagnetic waves in vacuum
- Electromagnetic waves: energy, momentum and light pressure
- Electromotive force
- Electron charge to mass ratio
- Electron speed in a copper wire
- Electrostatic boundary conditions
- Electrostatic boundary conditions - examples
- Electrostatic pressure
- Electrostatics - conductors
- Electrostatics - linear charge distributions
- Electrostatics - point charges
- Electrostatics - surface charges
- Emf in a spinning spherical shell
- Emf near an infinite wire
- Energy flow in time-dependent fields
- Energy in a dielectric
- Energy in a magnetic field
- Energy in a toroidal solenoid
- Energy of conducting sphere in a dielectric shell
- Energy of magnetic dipole in magnetic field
- Energy transfer in a solenoid
- Faraday field and magnetic vector potential
- Faraday field and magnetic vector potential
- Faraday's law
- Faraday's law and the Biot-Savart law
- Faraday's law, Ampère’s law and the quasistatic approximation
- Faraday's law: cutting a current-carrying wire
- Faraday's law: wire loop encircling a solenoid
- Field of a polarized cylinder
- Field of a polarized object
- Field of a polarized object - examples
- Fields and radiated power from an oscillating electric dipole
- Fields and radiation from a time-dependent sheet of current
- Fields due to a moving linear charge
- Fields of a moving magnetic monopole
- Fields of a moving point charge
- Fields of a point charge moving in a circle
- Fields of a point charge moving in one dimension
- Fields of an oscillating magnetic dipole
- Floating a magnet above a superconductor
- Force and momentum with two moving point charges
- Force between current loops: Newton's third law
- Force between two magnetic dipoles
- Force between two sheets of current
- Force in relativity
- Force of point charge in a hyperbolic trajectory on a fixed point charge
- Force on a dielectric
- Force on a dielectric sphere due to a charged wire
- Force on a magnetic dipole
- Force on a magnetic dipole - a better derivation
- Force on a magnetic dipole in a slab of current
- Four-acceleration and Minkowski force
- Four-velocity again
- Four-velocity of a particle in hyperbolic motion
- Four-velocity versus ordinary velocity: an example
- Four-velocity's square is a universal constant
- Fourier transform of superposition of plane waves
- Frequency dependence of electric permittivity
- Fresnel equations for perpendicular polarization
- Gauge transformations in electrodynamics
- Gauss's law
- Gauss's Law - Examples
- Gauss's law for a relativistic point charge
- Gradient
- Green's reciprocity theorem
- Group velocity of electromagnetic waves in a dispersive medium
- Gyromagnetic ratio
- Hall effect
- Helmholtz coil
- Inductance of a coaxial cable
- Induction between a wire and a torus
- Inertial frames
- Invariance of scalar product under Lorentz transformations
- Jefimenko's equation for time-dependent electric field
- Jefimenko's equation for time-dependent magnetic field
- Laplace & Poisson equations - uniqueness of solutions
- Laplace's equation - average values of solutions
- Laplace's equation - charged disk
- Laplace's equation - charged line segment
- Laplace's equation - charged sphere
- Laplace's equation - cylindrical shell
- Laplace's equation - cylindrical shell with opposing charges
- Laplace's equation - Fourier series example 4
- Laplace's equation - Fourier series examples 1
- Laplace's equation - Fourier series examples 2
- Laplace's equation - Fourier series examples 3 - three dimensions
- Laplace's equation - infinite pipe
- Laplace's equation - separation of variables
- Laplace's equation - spherical coordinates
- Laplace's equation in cylindrical coordinates
- Laplace's equation in spherical coordinates: examples 1
- Laplace's equation in spherical coordinates: surface charge
- Laplace's equation: conducting sphere and shell of charge
- LC circuit - the oscillator
- Lenz's law
- Liénard-Wiechert potential for a charge moving on a hyperbolic trajectory
- Liénard-Wiechert potentials for a charge moving with constant velocity
- Liénard-Wiechert potentials for a moving point charge
- Liénard's generalization of the Larmor formula for an accelerating charge
- Lorentz (length) contraction: a simple example
- Lorentz contraction in a rotating disk: Ehrenfest's and Bell's spaceship paradoxes
- Lorentz contraction: no contraction in directions perpendicular to the motion
- Lorentz transformation in two dimensions
- Lorentz transformations and simultaneity
- Lorentz transformations: forward and backward
- Lorenz gauge is always possible
- LR circuit
- Magnet falling through a metal pipe
- Magnetic dipole
- Magnetic dipole embedded in sphere
- Magnetic dipole field of a finite solenoid
- Magnetic dipole in a constant field
- Magnetic dipole moment for volume current
- Magnetic dipole moment of a current loop
- Magnetic dipole moment of a current loop
- Magnetic dipole moment of spinning disk
- Magnetic dipole moment of spinning spherical shell
- Magnetic dipole: average field over a sphere
- Magnetic dipoles versus monopoles; an experiment
- Magnetic field of a semi-circular current loop
- Magnetic field of a solenoid
- Magnetic field of a sphere in a uniform field
- Magnetic field of current loop - off axis field
- Magnetic field of rotating sphere of charge
- Magnetic field within a cavity
- Magnetic field within a current-carrying wire
- Magnetic field: uniqueness conditions
- Magnetic fields of spinning disk and sphere
- Magnetic flux
- Magnetic force of attraction between hemispheres
- Magnetic monopole force law
- Magnetic monopole: force on a charge
- Magnetic permeability
- Magnetic potential and field of a rotating sphere of charge
- Magnetic scalar potential
- Magnetic scalar potential: dipole and rotating sphere
- Magnetic toy
- Magnetic vector potential
- Magnetic vector potential and current
- Magnetic vector potential as the curl of another function
- Magnetic vector potential from magnetic field
- Magnetic vector potential of an infinite wire
- Magnetic vector potential of constant field
- Magnetic vector potential: div, curl and Laplacian
- Magnetic vector potential: sheet of current
- Magnetization: bound currents
- Magnetization: microscopic versus macroscopic
- Magnetostatic boundary conditions
- Magnetostatic boundary conditions; Laplace's equation
- Magnetostatic boundary conditions: a couple of examples
- Magnetostatic formulas from electrostatic formulas
- Magnetostatics - the Lorentz force law
- Maxwell stress tensor
- Maxwell stress tensor and electromagnetic waves
- Maxwell stress tensor: force between two charges
- Maxwell's correction to Ampère's law
- Maxwell's equations and an expanding shell of charge
- Maxwell's equations in matter
- Maxwell's equations in matter: boundary conditions
- Maxwell's equations in terms of potentials
- Maxwell's equations with varying charge but constant current
- Method of images
- Method of images - moving charge and plane
- Method of images - point charge and sphere
- Method of images - sphere in uniform field
- Method of images: point charge and two planes
- Method of images: two conducting planes
- Microwave shielding for perfect transmission
- Minkowski force
- Momentum in a capacitor
- Momentum in a magnetized and polarized sphere
- Momentum in electromagnetic fields
- Momentum of a point charge outside a solenoid
- Motion under a constant Minkowski force
- Motional emf
- Multipole expansion in electrostatics
- Multipole expansion of linear charge
- Mutual inductance
- Mutual inductance between two loops
- Mutual inductance between two magnetic dipoles
- Mutual inductance: calculation from the integral
- Ohm's law with variable conductivity
- Ohm’s law, conductivity and resistivity
- Optical properties of diamond
- Outrunning a light ray
- Pair annihilation with an electron and a positron
- Perpetual motion in an electric circuit?
- Phase velocity and group velocity in a wave packet
- Physical basis of the radiation reaction force
- Point charge and neutral atom
- Point charge embedded in dielectric plane
- Point charge in dielectric sphere
- Point charge in hyperbolic motion: visible and invisible points
- Point charge moving at constant velocity satisfies Lorenz gauge
- Polarizability - linear charge distribution
- Polarizability of hydrogen
- Polarizability of hydrogen - quantum version
- Potential of two charged wires
- Potential of two copper pipes
- Potentials for a point charge
- Potentials for an electromagnetic wave
- Power due to point charge moving with constant velocity
- Power radiated by a spinning ring of charge
- Power radiated by radiation reaction force
- Poynting's theorem
- Poynting's theorem and conservation of energy
- Quadrupole moment
- Radially symmetric magnetic field
- Radiation damping
- Radiation from a charge falling under gravity
- Radiation from a charge in hyperbolic motion
- Radiation from a charge on a spring
- Radiation from a current loop with time-varying current
- Radiation from a magnetic dipole composed of monopoles
- Radiation from a point charge near a conducting plane
- Radiation from a point charge; the Larmor formula
- Radiation from a radio station
- Radiation from a rotating dipole
- Radiation from the magnetic dipoles of Earth and pulsars
- Radiation reaction with a delta-function external force
- Radiation reaction: a few examples
- Radiation reaction: energy conservation with a constant external force
- Radiation reaction: the Abraham-Lorentz force
- Radiation resistance
- Radiation resistance of an oscillating magnetic dipole
- Radiative decay of the Bohr hydrogen atom
- Rapidity
- Rectangular resonant cavity
- Rectangular wave guide: transverse magnetic modes
- Rectangular wave guides: TE modes and the cutoff frequency
- Rectangular wave guides: transverse electric waves
- Reflection at a conducting surface: the physics of mirrors
- Refraction and dispersion coefficients
- Relation between polarizability and susceptibility
- Relations among charge, current, potentials and fields
- Relative energy in a particle collider
- Relativistic electromagnetic force
- Relativistic electromagnetic potentials
- Relativistic invariants involving electromagnetic fields
- Relativistic kinetic energy
- Relativistic momentum and energy
- Relativistic transformation of electric and magnetic fields: an example
- Relativistic transformation of electromagnetic waves; the Doppler effect
- Relativistic transformation of force, electric and magnetic fields
- Relativistic transformation of force, electric and magnetic fields
- Resistance in a conical capacitor
- Resonances in a dispersive medium
- Retarded potential of a wire loop
- Retarded potentials
- Retarded potentials for a sinusoidal current loop
- Retarded potentials in an infinite straight wire
- See Mathematics
- Self-force on a dipole in hyperbolic motion
- Self-inductance
- Self-inductance of a long rectangle
- Simultaneity; seeing versus observing
- Skin depth of electromagnetic waves in conductors
- Skin depth of water and metals
- Solenoid field from Biot-Savart law
- Solenoid with arbitrary cross-section
- Spacelike intervals
- Spacetime diagrams: an example
- Spherical electromagnetic wave
- Superconducting loop in a magnetic field
- Surface and volume current density 2
- Surface and volume current in a wire
- Surface current induced by a magnet floating over a superconductor
- Susceptibility of a polar dielectric
- Symmetry of a rank 2 tensor is preserved under Lorentz transformation
- Synchrotron radiation
- The dual electromagnetic field tensor
- The electron as electromagnetic energy and angular momentum
- The invariant interval: some examples
- The twin paradox analyzed using Lorentz transformations
- Thompson-Lampard theorem
- Three laws of geometrical optics
- Time dilation: a rocket passing Earth
- Time dilation: resolving the paradox
- Toroidal solenoid with a gap
- Torque on a magnetic dipole
- Torque on a magnetic moment; general current distribution
- Total internal reflection
- Transformers
- Transforming the electric field in relativity
- Transmission coefficient for a wave passing through 3 media
- Transmission coefficients from water through glass into air
- Transmission lines
- Tunnelling through a potential barrier with the radiation reaction force
- Two charged wires and a cylinder
- Uniform charge, polarization & magnetization
- Uniqueness of potential in dielectrics
- Vacuum diode
- Vector area
- Velocity addition formulas for all 3 directions
- Velocity addition in special relativity
- Velocity addition: chasing space pirates
- Velocity addition: chasing space pirates viewed in four reference frames
- Volume current density and dipole moment
- Wave equation: derivation and examples
- Wave equation: sinusoidal waves and complex notation
- Wave equation: solution by separation of variables
- Wave equation: wave speed and standing waves
- Wave guide: energy flows at the group velocity
- Wave guides: derivation of the wave equation
- Waves in a viscous fluid
- Waves: boundary condition with a massive knot
- Waves: boundary conditions
- Waves: polarization
- Work and energy - continuous charge
- Work and energy - point charges