## Essays on the Formal Aspects of Electromagnetic TheoryThe book deals with formal aspects of electromagnetic theory from the classical, the semiclassical and the quantum viewpoints in essays written by internationally distinguished scholars from several countries. The fundamental basis of electromagnetic theory is examined in order to elucidate Maxwell's equations, identify problematic aspects as well as outstanding problems, suggest ways and means of overcoming the obstacles, and review existing literature.This book will be especially valuable for those who wish to go in depth, rather than simply use Maxwell's equations for the solution of engineering problems. Graduate students will find it rich in dissertation topics, and advanced researchers will relish the controversial and detailed arguments and models. |

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Electromagnetic phenomena not explained by Maxwells equations | 6 |

Electromagnetic transients not explained by Maxwells equations | 87 |

Some comments on electromagnetic signals | 127 |

Transverse electromagnetic waves with EB | 183 |

Forcefree magnetic fields | 207 |

Drifting ions | 228 |

The MaxwellDirac isomorphism | 268 |

Future perspective | 287 |

Vacuum fluctuation of the electromagnetic field in noninertial | 475 |

Reviewing and extending some recent work on stochastic | 501 |

Clifford Analysis Riemannian geometry and the electromagnetic | 533 |

Three applications of information theory | 559 |

Scalar potential formulations for magnetic field problems | 591 |

Variational principles and natural boundary conditions | 625 |

Universal boundary conditions and Cauchy data for | 657 |

Calculation of the effective electromagnetic properties of granular | 699 |

Atomic theory and radiative transfer on the basis of nonlinear | 310 |

A unified approach to classical and quantum electromagnetic | 357 |

The gauge invariance toroid order parameters and radiation | 399 |

The Maxwell postulates and chiral worlds | 747 |

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