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1. Properties of Conductors (Electric field lines and Charges ) (in Hindi)
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Types of material , Properties of conductors , Electric field Lines and charges outside conductors

Deependra Singh Naruka
#BTech (Mechanical) # Senior Faculty of Physics #Kota (Rajasthan) #Ex Bansal classes faculty #Ex Narayana IIT academy Faculty # I am teachin

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fantastic calculation sir
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Kavita sharma
9 months ago
maza agya sir ,please uplaod more
Mohammad Imran
9 months ago
thanks kavita ji
thanks sir for starting this chapter also
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Sir please make videos on wave optics
ok dear
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  2. PROPERTIES OF CONDUCTORS #All valence electrons are free to move within the surface boundary. E- End 1 A as induce O


  3. ,,we placed a conductor in an Electric Field then charge in the conductor arrange themselves in such a fashion that net Electric field inside the conductor becomes zero. Q. From A, B, C, D which line is correct? TRE dV


  4. Electric Field lines terminates and originates perpendicularly to surface. Conductors are equipotential inside. Q. Find Electric field at A due to Induced Charge? 52


  5. Q. Find net potential at A and Potential due to Induced charges on A? . de


  6. At A find Va Cinduced?? K & ol


  7. Candne tos o. Tust ni de Solia Cemouct oas pljina auss a on this auusi an a ce * All charges will resides on outer surface of conductors


  8. Cani All chasa LLAw9usi des outside- * No net charge reach cavity in this case


  9. Relation between surface charge density and Radius of curvature Lo ca uA o -r


  10. hn -f Previous relation is valid only for Isolated system