Asked by SREEJA | 15th Sep, 2012, 07:02: PM

Expert Answer:

In a chharged conducting shell, there is a sea of electrons in the conductor.
So when we put charge over it, the charge always reside on the surface and the electrons from the bulk move to the boundary of surface or away from it to balance the charge.
thus if we draw the guassian surface in the bulk the total charge still remains zero.
And thus no flux and hence no net electric field

Answered by  | 15th Sep, 2012, 11:09: PM

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