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Homework Help: Physics Conducting Spheres

Posted by andrew on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 4:33pm.

1. Two concentric conducting spherical shells have radii of 0.145 m. and 0.215 m. The inner sphere bears a charge of -3.00E-08 C. An electron escapes from the inner sphere with negligible speed. Assuming that the region between the spheres is a vacuum, compute the speed (in meters/second) with which the electron strikes the outer sphere.

is this possible as there is no electric field inside of a conductor?

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