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Grade: 11

                        

An uncharged isolated conductor A is brought near a charged isolated conductor B, then the charge: (a) On B increases and potential on B remains constant. (b) On B remains constant and the potential of A decreases. (c) On B remains constant and potential of B decreases. (d) and the potential of B remains constant.

8 years ago

Answers : (1)

Anirban Mukherjee
47 Points
							

Due to induction, equal -ve charge is developed on inner surface of A and equal +ve charge

on outer surface. But effect of -ve charge on potential of B > effect of +ve charge, as-ve

charge is comparatively nearer than the +ve charge

 

i.e., Potential of B is somewhat lowered but charge remains same.

8 years ago
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