Hello all!!! I actually have a few doubts regarding "gauss law" when applied "for different models of sphere" First, If we place a charge 'Q' inside a spherical shell at the center (somehow) then it should come out to its surface that means in no way can we do it. True or False???? Next, Considering a solid sphere having a charge Q uniformly distributed on its outer surface. Thus everywhere inside it is the electric field equal to 0. But i have somewhere read that the electric field inside a solid sphere is Kqr/R^3. Or is it that , there is a difference in these two statements "A charge uniformly distributed on the surface of a solid sphere" and "A symmetrical spherical distribution of charge" ???? Also, How can we get a spherical symmetrical distribution of charge? . By placing the charge at the center of the solid sphere???? (which is again impossible i guess) I'll be greatly thankful if someone clears these brain storming doubts?