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sir, when a conducting rod moves in a magnetic field as shown, the positive charges accumulate at A and negative charges at B. This creates an electric field inside the conductor . But in electrostatics, almost everything was based on the fact that no electric field is developed inside a conductor . How is it possible ??? Isn't it contradicting ??? I may sound silly, but please take up the pains to explain me ... please


sir,
when a conducting rod moves in a magnetic field as shown, the positive charges accumulate at A and negative charges at B. This creates an electric field inside the conductor. But in electrostatics, almost everything was based on the fact that no electric field is developed inside a conductor.
How is it possible ???
Isn't it contradicting ???
 
I may sound silly, but please take up the pains to explain me ... please
 
 


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