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If the electric flux through a closed surface is zero, is the electric field necessarily zero at all ...?

If the electric flux through a closed surface is zero, is the electric field necessarily zero at all ...?

Grade:12th Pass

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Prajwal kr
49 Points
8 years ago

No. 

Consider a charge outside a spherical Gaussian surface, Now the flux through this surface due to this charge is zero, as qenc=0

But definitely we know that the electric field near the charge is never zero.

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