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    Could someone please explain this statement to me:

    'No electric field exists within the material of a conductor'

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    (Original post by mackin boi)
    Could someone please explain this statement to me:

    'No electric field exists within the material of a conductor'

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    umm all i know is that one cannot shield themselves from gravitiational fields but you can shield yourself from an electric field if you places the charge in a metal container linked to earth.
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    umm all i know is that one cannot shield themselves from gravitiational fields but you can shield yourself from an electric field if you places the charge in a metal container linked to earth.
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    well in a conductor the electric potential is constant so there is no E
 
 
 
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