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Why electric lines of force does does not pass through the conductor

Why electric lines of force does does not pass through the conductor

Grade:11

2 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
These pattern of lines, sometimes referred to as electric field lines, point in the direction that a positive test charge would accelerate if placed upon the line. As such, the lines are directed away from positively charged source charges and toward negatively charged source charges.So suppose that they intersected a conductor such as a metal. Then the charge carriers (electrons) in the metal would move so that the charge neutralises the field in the metal and so the lines are `expelled` so to speak.
Chandan
121 Points
3 years ago
these do not pass through the conductor because there is no electric feild inside a conductor
hope it helps please approve if it does

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