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**Vector algebra**: Differential calculus: Integral calculus: Line, surface and volume integrals, Curvilinearcoordinates: Spherical polar coordinates, Cylindrical coordinates. The Dirac delta function: The Theory of vector fields: The Helmholtz theorem, Potentials.

**Electrostatics**: The electric field: Application of Gauss’s law, The curl of E. Electric potential: Conductors: Basic properties, induced charges, Surface charge and force on a conductor, Capacitors.

**Special techniques**: Laplace’s equation in one dimension, in two dimensions, and in three dimensions, Other image problems. Separations of variables: Cartesian coordinates, Spherical coordinates. Multipoleexpansion:

**Electric Fields in Matter**: Polarization, Dielectric, Induced dipoles, Physical interpretation of bound charges, iLineardielectrics: Susceptibility, Permittivity, Dielectric constant,

**Magnetostatics**: Lorentz force law, Magnetic fields, Magnetic forces, Currents. Biot-Savart law: The divergence and curl of B: Straight-line currents, Applications of Amplere’slaw.

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