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Posted by J on Monday, January 28, 2008 at 5:40pm.

A neutral conductor completely encloses a hole inside of it. You observe the outer surface of this conductor carries a charge of -12 uC. (a) Can you conclude that there is a charge inside the hole? If so, what is the charge? (b) How much charge is on the inner surface of the conductor?


ok there wouldn't be any charge on the outside correct? so if there isn't any charge on the inside, but there is charge on the inner surface of the conductor right? I am confused!

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