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Let's assume there is a grounded surface with which is infinite in length and width. If my understanding is correct, the grounded surface should have zero electric potential. So, if we assume an electric charge is on one side of the grounded surface, can its induced electric field pass through the grounded surface, and ultimately influence (ex. inducing Coulomb force), lets say, a charge on the other side?

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