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my question is how does a charge feels no electri field inside a uniformly distributed charged shell, i want to an intutive reason regarding the mathematics of inverse sqare law inside a spherical shell.

my question is how does a charge feels no electri field inside a uniformly distributed charged shell, i want to an intutive reason regarding the mathematics of inverse sqare law inside a spherical shell.

Grade:12th pass

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Arun
25758 Points
3 years ago
The electric field immediately above the surface of a conductor is directed normal to that surface. ... Now, the gaussian surface encloses no charge, since all of thecharge lies on the shell, so it follows from Gauss' law, and symmetry, that the electric field inside the shell is zero.

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