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A hollow metal sphere A of radius 6 cm is uniformly charged with 10 μC. Another hollow metal sphere B of radius 3 cm is uniformly charged with 6 μC. A and B are connected externally by a wire. What happens now? Will the charge flow from A to B or B to A?. What is the amount of charge flows?

A hollow metal sphere A of radius 6 cm is uniformly charged with 10 μC. Another hollow metal sphere B of radius 3 cm is uniformly charged with 6 μC. A and B are connected externally by a wire. What happens now? Will the charge flow from A to B or B to A?. What is the amount of charge flows?

Grade:12

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Nitesh Narayana
27 Points
5 years ago
charge flows untill each of the surfaces have same potential. since potential on the metal sphere B is more than A the charge floows from B to A. the amount of charge flows such that potential on each sphere is  such that (Va + Vb)/2

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