# What is the total energy of the point charge?

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Consider a solid sphere of radius R with a charge Q distributed uniformly. Suppose that a point charge 'q' of mass 'm', with a sign opposite that of Q, is free to move within the solid sphere. Charge q is placed at rest on the surface of the solid sphere and released. Describe the subsequent motion. In particular, what is the period of the motion, and what is the total energy of the point charge?

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If the charge is free to move through the sphere,the motion will be a simple harmonic one
with time period=T where T is given by
$$T=2 \pi \sqrt{\frac{4 \pi \epsilon_0 R^3 m}{Qq}}$$

Galileo
$$E=-\frac{Qq}{4 \pi \epsilon_0 R}$$