Can someone please recommend a good intro physics book to study electromagnetics.
What background knowledge do you have in mathematics and physics?
For freshman physics, there's Resnick & Haliday, Physics (Not Fundamentals of Phyiscs). It covers Maxwell's Equations in their integral form. You'll find lots of threads here on whether these are good books and which edition is best. I like the 3rd edition. E&M is covered in volume 2 of the 3rd edition.
Definitely "Electricity and Magnetism" by Prucell. It's a bit tougher than most textbooks, but it gives you a great foundation.
That's E.M. Purcell.
Then, there's D.J. Griffith's "Introduction to Electrodynamics".
However, since the OP didn't indicate the OP's current level of preparation, these may not be appropriate at this time.
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