Maxwell's Homepage

James Clerk Maxwell
(1831-1879)

"This velocity is so nearly the velocity of light, that it seems we have strong reason to conclude that light itself (including radiant heat and other radiations if any) is an electromagnetic disturbance in the form of waves propagated through the electromagnetic field according to electromagnetic laws."

"I have also a paper afloat, with an electromagnetic theory of light, which, till I am convinced to the contrary, I hold to be great guns."

J. C. Maxwell, in a letter to C. H. Cay, January 5, 1865.


Maxwell is a G5 Apple PowerPC Mac OS X Server 10.5.8

Maxwell lives in the office of Dr. Rod Cole of the Physics Department of UC Davis .

rwcole@ucdavis.edu


Maxwell's Highlights:

Explore electricity and magnetism at the ElectroCard Tutorials.

Our new Electrostatics JAVA applet is used in the Electrostatic Fields exercises 3 and 5,

and in the Potential Difference exercise 4.

Download Silverhammer

Maxwell Hosts:

Astronomy Club

Physics Club

Mentoring Undergraduate Research Participatants in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences

 


Server admin is Rod Cole.

cole@physics.ucdavis.edu