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Nov406, 03:27 PM

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My library just acquired a copy of "Differential Forms in
Electromagnetics" by Ismo V. Lindell. This seems right up the ally of some of the people here, even though it seems to be an engineeringoriented work like the lecture notes from BYU. Have any of you seen this book? If you've read it, what did you think? 


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