why the case of induction of charge in two physically connected spheres is contrary to principal of conduction of charges i.e. why any of the connected spheres dont lose charge ?
Asked by Nihal Sood | 5th Apr, 2012, 07:00: PM
charging by induction is different from charging by conduction. Induction is method of charging a sphere without touching it by a charged body. Charging by conduction is done by touching the uncharged sphere with a charged body.
Answered by | 6th Apr, 2012, 10:44: AM
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