Don't know which books. I can give you a start on the basics though.
- Sum of voltage around any closed path adds to zero. (or sum of the voltages between any two points adds to the difference between them)
- Current into a node(intersection/point)=Current out of it (otherwise charge would build up at that point)
Electricity is driven by an electric field or a difference in potential between two points. Voltage is defined as the potential difference. Current is the rate at which charge flows.
There are also good methods for solving simple circuits like nodal analysis and mesh analysis. These just involve calculating the current into each node or the voltage across each section, then solving simultaneous equations for the relevant Kirchoff Law.
Other things to know: V=IR, I=C dV/dt, V=L dI/dt (Laplace transforms are useful to learn)
Magnetism and Electric Fields
Gauss's Law: Sum of Electric Flux through a closed surface=sum of the charge enclosed by it/permittivity (Flux is a measure of Field x Area)
Gauss's Magnetism Law: Sum of Magnetic flux through a closed surface = 0 (this is not completely true, but unless you are dealing with magnetic monopoles which were only just found experimentally, it's good enough)
Faraday's law of induction:
AmpŔre's circuital law:
tiredness... will continue later when brain returns (if I remember).
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When my limited exposure it was preferential to a really old chemistry book with a preference to practical applications and experiments over theory.
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