Asked by | 24th Jun, 2008, 07:28: PM
The electric field decreases as the electric field induced in the dielectric is in a direction opposite to the external field.
The electric field varies inversely as the square of the distance. Using calculus, you can see from the function that it is continuous for all points except for r = 0. Hence the electric field will not be discontinuous.
When internal resistance is zero, which is practically not possible.
Answered by | 26th Jun, 2008, 04:02: PM
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