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A metallic sphere of radius R has a charge q on its surface .what is the potential at a point r>R from the centre of sphere

A metallic sphere of radius R has a charge q on its surface .what is the potential at a point r>R from the centre of sphere

Grade:12

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Mahima Kanawat
1010 Points
4 years ago
Dear student ...potential (V) at point r>R = -Kq/r..........With Regards...Mahima (Askiitians Forum Expert)
vaibhav
11 Points
4 years ago
potential at a point r greater than R in a solid aphere of charge q is V = Kq/r because for a point outside the sphere, the sphere acts as a point charge. so, potential due to a point charge is equal to potential due to a solid sphere.

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