-3
votes
0answers
29 views

Charge by Induction [on hold]

For example, Initially, there are two metal sphere touching each other and the ball on the left has a charge of +5q, while the other is neutral. Then a rod with charge -3q is brought near the left ...
0
votes
2answers
176 views

Does any object placed in an electric field change the electric field?

Lets say I have a point charge of magnitude $+q$, All around it I would have a symmetric radial electric field. Now if I place a neutral object lets say a sphere (doesn't matter insulating or ...
0
votes
1answer
395 views

Charging by induction (and grounding)?

The very familiar phenomenon of charging by induction includes bringing a charged object near an uncharged sphere to induce a separation of charges in it and then grounding the charge (same as the ...
1
vote
2answers
348 views

Electrostatic induction

Is this a correct definition of electrostatic induction, The production of opposite charges on a neutral body when a charged body is brought near to it? I think it's not the production but ...