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How electric field due to induced charges is zero( since potential is constant)? the arrangement is shown in the diagram.

How electric field due to induced charges is zero( since potential is constant)? the arrangement is shown in the diagram.

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Vikas TU
14148 Points
4 years ago
Electric field is zero due to the property of virtue of conductors.
Conductors has the property of having electric field zero inside it,
therefore, the charges inside the conductor gets induced in a way that the net field comes out to be zero.
Suraj Singh
148 Points
4 years ago
From gauss law we know that the electric fluxes passing through a closed surface is directly proportional to the charges contained in the surface... From your fig it is clear that charge inside conductor is 0 so fluxes will also be 0 and hence electric field will be too... Hope U like it

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