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David Griffiths received his BA and PhD from Harvard University. He held post-doctoral positions at the University of Utah and the University of Massachusetts (Amherst), and taught at Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, and Trinity College (Hartford) before joining the faculty at Reed College, where he has taught for over 30 years. In 2001-2002 he was visiting Professor of Physics at the Five Colleges (UMass, Amherst, Mount Holyoke, Smith, and Hampshire), and in the spring of 2007 he taught electrodynamics at Stanford.


Griffiths is a Consulting Editor of The American Journal of Physics, and a Fellow of the American Physical Society. In 1997 he was awarded the Millikan Medal by the American Association of Physics Teachers. He has spent sabbaticals at SLAC, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, and UC Berkeley. Although his PhD was in elementary particle theory, his recent research is in electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. He is the author of forty-five papers and three books: Introduction to Electrodynamics (Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2013), Introduction to Elementary Particles (Second Edition, Wiley-VCH, 2008), and Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (Second Edition, Prentice Hall, 2005).

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74 von 79 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Difference in Editions: 4th vs 3rd 29. Januar 2013
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Looks like this edition has been refreshed. So far the price is ~$13 cheaper than the previous edition. Here's a list of changes: [...]
New To This Edition
*Edits to the entire text have clarified arguments and eliminated ambiguities.
*New problems and new worked examples appear throughout, while selected unsuccessful ones have been eliminated.
*All 450 figures have been reviewed for accuracy and updated where necessary.
*A new section on magnetic work helps to eliminate teachers' misconception that magnetic forces do not work. The new section fully explores the actual mechanism in cases where magnetic forces are actually working.
*Erroneous passages have been corrected. In particular, misleading copy (specifically the treatment of "hidden momentum") has been fixed.
*Citations of recent literature appear throughout for those who wish to pursue a particular topic in greater depth. This literature helps reinforce the point that electrodynamics is a vibrant and dynamic field, even after 150 years.

The book is easy to follow, it presents the subject matter in a well formatted fashion.
15 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good intermediate level book 6. April 2013
Von AnomalousEllipse - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am reading this alongside the text by Ohanian and this is a bit lower level. The explanations of how to do problems are much better but Ohanian is far superior at explaining what is going on physically and mathematically. This book is good to have because Ohanian uses CGS units so if I have a need for an equation in MKS I can pull it out of this book already having understood the material I learned in Ohanian. I would say use both in tandem.
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Publisher Lacks Integrity - Author Reasonably Good About Errata 30. Oktober 2013
Von JohnnyAppleCider - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It speaks volumes when the 4th edition is priced lower at $125.14, and the 3rd edition is priced higher at $133.00, on Amazon.

It's abundantly clear the publisher's (Addison-Wesley's) reputation for complete lack of integrity in failing to correct errors is driving people towards the older edition, and towards avoiding the newest (4th) edition. The author has done a reasonable job of collating errata and posting it on his university website, although he could be more proactive about it. This begs the question: WHY HASN'T THE PUBLISHER SHOWN ANY INTEGRITY BY INCORPORATING THOSE ERRATA INTO EACH SUCCESSIVE PRINTING?

The publisher (University Science Books) of Classical Mechanics by John Taylor exhibted utmost integrity by working "proactively" with the author to ensure virtually 'all' errors were corrected by the 3rd printing.


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Total disappointment 6. März 2014
Von sardian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have the paperback international edition published by Pearson.
Oh boy what a disappointment ...
Where should I start...
FIRST: Whatever the heck happened to chapter numbers??
I mean why would anyone in their right mind omit chapter numbering???
SECOND: The pages are huge in size but the actual printed area on each page
is less than half the physical area. This makes the book floppy and hard to carry around.
THIRD: Asif to add insult to injury, the fonts are less than
10 pts in size. Why would anyone be so stupid, I have no idea.
You have all that blank real estate on the page there, which makes the book
bulky and yet the fonts are so small one needs to continually squint reading the darn thing.
FOURTH: The previous editions used to have a list of formulas on the inside of the front
and back covers, which saved you a lot of time looking up vector identities and so forth.
Where have all the formulas gone? To save ink perhaps? Dumb dumb dumb.
FIFTH: Because there are no chapter numbers, it's impossible to reference
an equation from another chapter, e.g. as Eq. 5.13 for equation 13 in chapter 5.
Consequently there are oddities such as the one on page 255, where it says
"This integral can be written in a more illuminating way, with c=^r"
What c? Which c? How are we to be illuminated now?
It turns out, looking at the 3rd edition that he actually means the c in Equation 108
in Chapter 1. But can't refer to it as Eq 1.108 as before, so he completely omits
the reference altogether, leaving the student scratching his head. Smart, very smart.
Just make the reader feel stupid omitting what would amount to trivial details.

I don't know whose fault this edition was, but it should promptly be "recalled"
and replaced by a sane book, which is/was what we're used to expect from Griffiths.
13 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Content is good of course; the printed book - not so much. 24. November 2013
Von SDG - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book itself is pretty good. Still misses little important things like uniqueness theorems for magneto-static fields (despite having a sizable section in electrostatics on a parallel discussion) in chapter 5 and fails to introduce E&M Lagrangian despite coming close in chapter 10 (hence students have no idea why E&M gauge invariance is indeed actually a case of gauge invariance). On the positive side, I think the revisions from 3rd edition are subtle but valuable. So in my opinion the book is just short of perfect for the intermediate level (maybe half a star from 5).
The 2 stars are for the publisher. Horrible physical book. Pages started to fall apart just about as soon as I opened the book. Students usually elect to keep these classics on their bookshelves for years but with this abomination they will be lucky to get through half a semester.
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