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The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume II

mainly electromagnetism and matter

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▶Chapter 5.Application of Gauss’ Law

5-1Electrostatics is Gauss’ law plus . . .
5-2Equilibrium in an electrostatic field
5-3Equilibrium with conductors
5-4Stability of atoms
5-5The field of a line charge
5-6A sheet of charge; two sheets
5-7A sphere of charge; a spherical shell
5-8Is the field of a point charge exactly 1/*r*^{ 2}?
5-9The fields of a conductor
5-10The field in a cavity of a conductor

▶Chapter 6.The Electric Field in Various Circumstances

6-1Equations of the electrostatic potential
6-2The electric dipole
6-3Remarks on vector equations
6-4The dipole potential as a gradient
6-5The dipole approximation for an arbitrary distribution
6-6The fields of charged conductors
6-7The method of images
6-8A point charge near a conducting plane
6-9A point charge near a conducting sphere
6-10Condensers; parallel plates
6-11High-voltage breakdown
6-12The field-emission microscope

▶Chapter 12.Electrostatic Analogs

12-1The same equations have the same solutions
12-2The flow of heat; a point source near an infinite plane boundary
12-3The stretched membrane
12-4The diffusion of neutrons; a uniform spherical source in a homogeneous medium
12-5Irrotational fluid flow; the flow past a sphere
12-6Illumination; the uniform lighting of a plane
12-7 The “underlying unity” of nature

▶Chapter 13.Magnetostatics

13-1The magnetic field
13-2Electric current; the conservation of charge
13-3The magnetic force on a current
13-4The magnetic field of steady currents; Ampère’s law
13-5The magnetic field of a straight wire and of a solenoid; atomic currents
13-6The relativity of magnetic and electric fields
13-7The transformation of currents and charges
13-8Superposition; the right-hand rule

▶Chapter 21.Solutions of Maxwell’s Equations with Currents and Charges

21-1Light and electromagnetic waves
21-2Spherical waves from a point source
21-3The general solution of Maxwell’s equations
21-4The fields of an oscillating dipole
21-5The potentials of a moving charge; the general solution of Liénard and Wiechert
21-6The potentials for a charge moving with constant velocity; the Lorentz formula

▶Chapter 42.Curved Space

42-1Curved spaces with two dimensions
42-2Curvature in three-dimensional space
42-3Our space is curved
42-4Geometry in space-time
42-5Gravity and the principle of equivalence
42-6The speed of clocks in a gravitational field
42-7The curvature of space-time
42-8Motion in curved space-time
42-9Einstein’s theory of gravitation