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Can be a little dense but, its a technical book so... Thats how it goesPublished 2 months ago by Jorge Espinosa
I've always like Griffiths. Definitely my favorite introduction to E and M. Recommended for introduction. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dino Deano
Griffiths is the gold standard for undergraduate physics texts. He writes in a clearly readable style, and explains in a way to help guide a student toward developing strong... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Physics Student
Quite a clear and extensive book for an undergraduate physics major. I would recommend this book over many others on the same subject at a lower level.Published 7 months ago by Logan Sutton
This text seemed to be a pretty popular textbook rated quite well for learning Electrodynamics. I noticed it was used by several universities and colleges so I ordered the book... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bob Zuidema
I remember this as my favorite undergraduate textbook. This guy should re-write all of the physics books.Published 9 months ago by Joe O
Griffith's work in this book is utterly perfect.
He breaks E&M in to parts: Part 0 is vector mathematics, which serves as a reference, and is explained repeatedly... Read more