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    Hellow Guys

    I want to learn Electrostatics & this post is the very first effort twords getting into Electrostatics, so can you please reffer a funtastic book/s which starts from explaning fundamentals of charge and ends up with a great deal of information 'step by step' ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kap View Post
    Hellow Guys

    I want to learn Electrostatics & this post is the very first effort twords getting into Electrostatics, so can you please reffer a funtastic book/s which starts from explaning fundamentals of charge and ends up with a great deal of information 'step by step' ?
    Hi Kap,

    there are many good textbooks dealing with this, but personally I would recommend David Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics. It is somewhat of the gold standard in the area, and definitely excellent :

    Introduction to Electrodynamics (4th Edition): David J. Griffiths: 9780321856562: Amazon.com: Books
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    Hellow 'Hanke' thank you very much for the recommendation, it seems good to me,
    can you please recommend a book where concepts are depected in pictorial way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kap View Post
    Hellow 'Hanke' thank you very much for the recommendation, it seems good to me,
    can you please recommend a book where concepts are depected in pictorial way?
    I don't know a textbook which does it pictorially, except perhaps Young & Freedman's University Physics, 13th Edition. This is a textbook for all areas of physics though, but they devote a good few chapters to electromagnetism.
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    Ok, Thank you 'Hanke'
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