## Ampere’s Circuital Law and its Application (Hindi & English)

Introduction to Ampere’s Circuital law A detail analysis of Ampere’s Circuital law is discussed here, focus is only on physical concept not on derivation. If you find any difficulty at any point please share the comment. A useful law that relates the net magnetic field…

## Transverse Nature of Electromagnetic Waves

In this lecture Electromagnetic waves and their transverse nature are discussed. In an electromagnetic wave the electric field as well as magnetic field components vibrate perpendicular to each other, also the wave propagate perpendicular to both. If electric field is along the Y direction, Magnetic…

## Electrodynamics basics for Engineering Physics course Part-1

In this video basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics are discussed, the type of the field ; scalar field or vector field. then after the three mathematical operators Gradient, Divergence and Curl, their results with different operations. For more details see video, click here

## Electrodynamics Basics Divergence Operator Part-2

In this video basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics are discussed, the type of the field ; scalar field or vector field. then after the three mathematical operators and their result. The lecture is focused on the Divergence operator, when it operates on the vector field…

## Electrodynamics Basics Gradient Divergence and Curl Operators Part-3

In this video basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics are discussed, the type of the field ; scalar field or vector field. then after the three mathematical operators (gradient, divergence and curl) and their result. The lecture is focused on the Gradient operator, Divergence and Curl…

## Electrodynamics Basics Gauss Divergence and Stokes Theorem Part-4

In this video basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics are discussed, the type of the field ; scalar field or vector field. then after the three mathematical operators (gradient, divergence and curl) and their result. The lecture is focused on the two basic fundamental theorems, Gauss-…

## Electrodynamics basics (Maxwells equation in integral and differential form) Part-5

In this video basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics are discussed, Specially focused on the Maxwell’s equations, How to transform these equations from integral form to the differential form The two basic fundamental theorems, Gauss- Divergence and Stokes theorem, are used for this purposes. In addition…

## Electrodynamics Basics (The Continuity Equation) Part-6

After the discussion of two basic fundamental theorems in electrodynamics, In this video Continuity Equation is discussed with full of details and basic fundamentals of the Electrodynamics. The role of the types of current and its effects on the Ampere’s law. How Maxwell modified the…

## How to find the Magnetic Field by using Maxwell’s Equation

Welcome to www.apniphysics.com . In this video I have solve a problem related to the Electrodynamics, if electric field component is given and the direction of propagation of EM -wave is known then how to find the magnetic field component using the differential form of…

## Modifification of Ampere’s Circuital Law, Displacement Current

This lecture include the formulation for the modified Ampere’s Circuital Law. 1. Part From the continuity equation we have seen that if the nature of current is DC, then divergence of the current density j is zero. It means the magnitude of current is constant…

## Proof of Transverse Nature of Electromagnetic Wave

With the help of Maxwell’s first two equations we can show; Transverse Nature of Electromagnetic Waves, second concept is of wave vector denoted by k. The wave vector signifies the direction of propagation of waves, if the scalar product of any vector field with the…

## Magnetic Dipole Moment Concept of a Revolving Electron in an Atom

Yes, an atom can be act like a bar magnet provided atom(s) in out most orbit should have unpaired electron (simply with one electron). If it is so then it can be equated to the current loop because rate of the charge is current, further…

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