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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I need some rigorous introductory books on Electromagnetism, by rigorous I mean detailed and mathematical.

Many books that I have found don’t actually work out the field produced by current carrying toroid, solenoid or even some other simple electrostatic situations. They just write “by symmetry” and then they do something and puts out the result. I need something like Griffiths, he works out the derivation rigorously.

So, what are some other books which fulfills my need other than Griffiths?

Many books that I have found don’t actually work out the field produced by current carrying toroid, solenoid or even some other simple electrostatic situations. They just write “by symmetry” and then they do something and puts out the result. I need something like Griffiths, he works out the derivation rigorously.

So, what are some other books which fulfills my need other than Griffiths?