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Charges In and On a Conductor

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Richard Datwyler

on 23 February 2016

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Charges In and On a Conductor
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In electrostatic the charges are not allowed to continously move.
The results in a no electric field inside of a conductor, or those charges would move. And consequenlty only charges on the surfaces of conductors.
This paired with Guass's Law requires charge distriubutions, resulting from internal charges.
Finally a spherical conductive shell having a total charge of Q = 5 nC, Has a point charge inside it with a charge of q = -3 nC. If the shell has radii of 10 and 12 cm, what is the electric field at r = 5,11,15?
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Pairing with Gauss's law we find the electric field outside the surface of a conductor
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