I am trying to understand electric fields of conductors. Say that there is an infinite sheet of uniform positive charge; parallel to it lies a infinite, uncharged conducting sheet. What would the field look like between the sheets? Beyond the sheets? I would guess that the uniformly charged sheet would induce a uniformly distributed negative charge on the conducting sheet on the side closer to it, but I don't understand how the induced positive charge would distribute itself in the conducting sheet. Or how the positive charge would then affect the field. Thanks.