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Figure shows a positively charged rod is brought near two uncharged metal spheres A and B clamped on insulating stands and placed in contact with each other. (The rod is not touched to any of the spheres). i. What would happen if the rod is removed before the spheres are separated? ii. Would the induced charges be equal in magnitude even if the spheres had different sizes or different conductors? iii. What will happen if the spheres are separated first and then the rod is removed far away?

Figure shows a positively charged rod is brought near two
uncharged metal spheres A and B clamped on insulating stands
and placed in contact with each other. (The rod is not touched to
any of the spheres).
i. What would happen if the rod is removed before the spheres
are separated?
ii. Would the induced charges be equal in magnitude even if the
spheres had different sizes or different conductors?
iii. What will happen if the spheres are separated first and then
the rod is removed far away?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vikas TU
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one year ago
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