This manual is a MUST for students who are preparing to take examinations on introductory electromagnetism, especially at the end of such a course. It elucidates concepts by summarizing the physics of electric and magnetic phenomena in parallel in order to emphasize the similarities between the two. At the end of a course, the number of topics that students must comprehend often seems overwhelming. To make matters worse, the topics are embedded within hundreds of pages of narrative and examples, thus sometimes making it difficult to know what is most crucial to understand. Therefore, this manual summarizes the most important concepts of introductory electromagnetism and constitutes an abridged version of the author's full book of lectures entitled, Introductory Physics II: On the Duality of Electric and Magnetic Phenomena.
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