wHY DONT ELECTRIC FEILD LINES PASS through a conductor???

Asked by Rohan Mehra | 14th May, 2011, 05:47: AM

Expert Answer:

electric line of force nevre pass through the conductor. this can also be found by the "gauss law" as charge distributes uniformly over the surface of the conductor resulting in a zero electric field inside it. Inside a  conductor ,the ELECTRIC FIELD IS ALWAYS EQUAL TO ZERO.

Answered by  | 14th May, 2011, 07:16: AM

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