Here are my solutions to various problems in David J. Griffiths's excellent textbook Introduction to Electrodynamics, Third Edition. After some consideration, I've decided to repost this index to the solutions. I understand that some folks may be concerned that I am providing 'free' answers to problems that some students have been assigned as homework, but there are several points that should be made:. First, solutions to the problems in Griffiths's textbooks are already readily available on the internet, as a cursory search with Google will reveal, so I'm not giving away anything that isn't easily obtained by other means. Many of these solutions are provided by professors for their own courses.

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David Griffiths: Introduction to Electrodynamics

David Jeffrey Griffiths born December 5, is an American physicist and educator. He worked at Reed College from through , becoming the Howard Vollum Professor of Science before his retirement. He is not to be confused with the late physicist David J. He is principally known as the author of three highly regarded textbooks for undergraduate physics students: Introduction to Elementary Particles published in , second edition published , Introduction to Quantum Mechanics published in , third edition published , and Introduction to Electrodynamics published in , fourth edition published in He was also the recipient of the Robert A. Millikan award reserved for "those who have made outstanding scholarly contributions to physics education".


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