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one of your friends argues that he has read in previous chapters that there can be no electric field inside a conductor and hence there can be no current through it. what is the fallacy in this agreement?

one of your friends argues that he has read in previous chapters that there can be no electric field inside a conductor and hence there can be no current through it. what is the fallacy in this agreement?

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Rahul askIITiansExpert.IITR
110 Points
10 years ago
the fallacy is in the difference in the situations in which these two statements validate

there can be no electric field inside a conductor in ELECTROSTATICs which means that there is no movement of charges.

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