why electric field inside the conductor zero?

Asked by jbathini | 2nd Sep, 2009, 11:09: PM

Expert Answer:

If there would have been electric field inside a conductor, the free electron would have responded and moved under it's influence constituting an electric current.

Since this is what we do not observe, the electric field inside the conductor must be zero.

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Answered by  | 3rd Sep, 2009, 10:36: AM

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