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The evolution of Maxwell's equations through a brief critical examination of the history and background of the man and his times

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1 Author(s)
Bob Scully ; IEEE EMC Society

Early in March of 2013, on the evening of the 7th to be exact, several EMC-S Board members had gathered in the hotel tavern after the Board meeting that day, sharing some adult beverages and exchanging small talk. Janet O'Neil mentioned that a professor colleague of hers at UCLA had indicated that 2014 would signal the 150th anniversary of Maxwell's Equations. We discussed this a bit, and the idea of perhaps writing an article for the EMC-S magazine got bounced around a little. I had some familiarity with the history, and volunteered to author the work.

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IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 2 )