Two conducting spheres of radii 5 cm and 10 cm are given a charge of 15 μC each.

Two Conducting Spheres Of Radii 5 Cm And 10 Cm Physics Question

Two conducting spheres of radii 5 cm and 10 cm are given a charge of 15 μC each. After the two spheres are joined by a conducting wire, the charge on the smaller sphere is

Options

(a) 5 μC
(b) 10 μC
(c) 15 μC
(d) 20 μC

Correct Answer:

10 μC

Explanation:

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Topics: Electrostatics (146)
Subject: Physics (2479)

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