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Grade: 12th pass

                        

A hollow conducting sphere is placed in an electric field produced by a point charge at P as shown in the figure. Let V1 and V2 be the electrostatic potential at points A and B respectively. Then, A. V1 > V2 B. V2 > V1 C. V1 = V2 D. None of the above

3 years ago

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Parneet Kaur
29 Points
							V1=v2Conductor act as an equipotential surface so potential at A and B will be equal. This is one of the property of conductors. Thank you
						
3 years ago
ankit singh
522 Points
							

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The potential at the sphere will be because of the charge that is induced in it because of the charge placed outside it. Since, the sphere is an equipotential surface, the potential will be the same on all the points A, B and C. However, the sum of induced charges is zero and hence potential at the center is zero.

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