While I am studying Grifiths Electrodynamics I came across this in the Maxwell's laws of Electromagnetic Waves that the electric and magnetic fields of light can effect the charge.
Imagine a single charge in the space devoid of all the interactions(Electric) at rest so that it is not affected by magnetic fields(may be situated at the null point) now if I shine light on that charge will it experience the force?
If it experiences the force then the net electric field in that region changes and according to the Gauss law the flux will change and consequently the charge enclosed should change. If that happens where is the charge going against the conservation of charge.
Someone help me to understand this.