Griffiths has written an excellent text on a topic that is really hard to cover. The problem is that electromagnetics is difficult to learn at first, so the topics take time to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark P.
This is the best book I've ever used for any class. I still have and use it even in graduate school. It was the only book I read to learn from. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brian
There is a reason why this textbook is the standard for junior/senior year electrodynamics courses. The exposition is brilliant, the writing is crystal clear and the problems are... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Madhav
The similarity between the two editions allowed me to buy the cheaper version.
Also, since it is written so well/is comprehensive, I can skip class and miss... Read more
As the headline says. griffiths Emag and quantum books are the best. Every physicist should have a copy of them on their bookshelves.Published 5 months ago by Randy Smith
Some pages had fallen out and the books binding was messed up. This caused each new section to fall out of the book when I got to that part. The book became a mess. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joel
So far as undergraduate electrodynamics is concerned, this book more than does the trick. This book was used for my introductory course on electricity and magnetism, and then... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Milliern
Just started reading but so far love this book. This is for a course that I am taking in spring. Also I found a great youtube by Jonathan Gardner that walks you through this... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chasity Shelton
Th book was in nice conditionts, for the description I read believe it could be worse. This book is quite a masterpiece for a introduction, nice examples and problems to be worked.Published 10 months ago by Paola Rodríguez