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Get this from a library! Introduction to electricity and magnetism: MIT course notes. [Sen-Ben R Liao; Peter Andrew Dourmashkin; John W Belcher;. Tuesday 2/1/05 / Wed 2/2/ Topics: Introduction to TEAL; Fields; Course Notes (Liao et al.): The focus of this course is the study of electricity and magnetism. Shop our inventory for Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism: MIT Course Notes by Sen-Ben Liao, Peter Dourmashkin, John Belcher with fast free.
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