Why field inside a unifomly charged thin spherical is zero?
Asked by Sudesh | 15th Sep, 2016, 04:14: PM
When we have a thin spherical shell, the charges get accumulated and distributed over the surface of the shell.
There is no charge present inside the shell.
Hence, when we consider any point inside the shell, the field would be zero as per Gauss' law.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 16th Sep, 2016, 12:08: PM
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