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Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: We covered about the first 12 chapters in that class. Can I borrow this item? Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. The book is well written, accurate, and as easy to ahus as one can reasonably expect for what is a electromahnetic challenging undergrad course.

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Waves and Fields in Optoelectronics Prentice-Hall series in solid state physical electronics Hardcover. Get to Know Us. The illustrations in the book were all hand-drawn in ink pen by Prof. This is the eelectromagnetic book I know of on the subject of electromagnetic fields. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. I had the privilege to be a graduate student at MIT in the s and to learn this material from Prof. Further information on the Library’s melched hours is available at: