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Grade: 12
        
Why chaarge remain constant and potential decreases,when uncharged insulated conductor a is brought near charged conductor b ?
 
3 months ago

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Arun
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When an uncharged insulated conductor A is brought near a charged insulated conductor B, the charge remains constant,but potential decreases of B. 
3 months ago
Khimraj
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When you bring an uncharged conductor near a charged one, then in the lights of electric field of the charge, the uncharged conductor polarizes(due to induction) and the charge, opposite to the charge of charged conductor comes near that surface of uncharged conductor where charged conductor is nearer(tendency of neutralization and opposite attracts, blah blah…). The potential of this charge reduces the initial potential being opposite in sign.
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