why electric field inside conductor is zero
Asked by | 6th May, 2008, 03:35: PM
Charges are not present inside the conductor, they are present on the surface of a conductor.
So applying Gauss law you can say that the electric field will be zero as the Gaussian surface encloses no charge.
Answered by | 21st May, 2008, 02:46: PM
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