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Conducting surface inside conducting surface
Let's say there's a closed conducting surface. Then by Gauss's Law the E field bound by the surface must equal the charge inside. There's no charge inside, so the E field cancels. This is a Faraday ...
Oct 3 '12 at 18:25
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