anonymous
  • anonymous
Why the electric lines of forces terminate on the conductor normally?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Within the conductor. Since it is a conductor :). If there would be a net electric force acting on the electrons within it thus moving them until the force is neutralized. Therefore (after a short period of time following the introduction of charges on the conductor) any electric force within a conductor is neutralized.
anonymous
  • anonymous
if they were not normal to the surface, there would be a component along the surface whish would cause the charges to mose. If the system is in equilibrium (electroSTATIC), then there cam be no component along the surface

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