electric potential is higher in a hollow metallic sphere or in a solid metallic sperical shell?

Asked by Aashi Garg | 18th May, 2013, 06:23: PM

Expert Answer:

Electric potential in a hollow metallic sphere = kQ/R (for r>R) and kQ/r (for r
Now, when you are talking about solid metallic spherical shell, are you talking about a completely solid sphere? If yes, then
For solid sphere, V = kQ/2R (3-r^2/R^2) (for rR)
So, for r>R, the potential is same but for for r

Answered by  | 21st May, 2013, 05:29: AM

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