Good books on electromagnetism for nonlinear optics

While reading books on nonlinear optics, I often come across concepts such as second-order susceptibility which is not covered in undergraduate E&M books like Griffiths. Are there any good E&M books that will cover such topics?

Physics Asked on November 11, 2021

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You cannot go wrong with Jackson's Classical electrodynamics. It's a classic, and it contains a broad variety of topics, even very advanced ones. It's a pretty mathematically heavy book, so before tackling it you should have a good understanding of complex, as well as real analysis. You can see the table of contents here.

Answered by Davide Morgante on November 11, 2021

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