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solzonmars
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Why does a Faraday Cage work? (or more generally, why does the inside of a conducting shell have no electric field if there are charges placed outside it?)
I understand that this is the result of polarisation, but why does the polarisation happen to exactly cancel out the field? Could there be a way to prove this with Gauss' Law?
I understand that this is the result of polarisation, but why does the polarisation happen to exactly cancel out the field? Could there be a way to prove this with Gauss' Law?