Inside the sphere, the field is zero, therefore, no work needs to be done to move the charge inside the sphere and, therefore, the potential there does not change.

## What is the electric field and electric potential inside a charged spherical cell?

As we know that the electric field intensity inside the hollow spherical charged conductor **is zero**. Hence, the work done in moving a point charge inside the hollow spherical conductor is also zero. This implies that the potential difference between any two points inside or on the surface of the conductor is zero.

## What is the electric potential inside a charged spherical conductor?

The electric potential inside a charged spherical conductor of radius R is given by **V = ke Q/R**, and the potential outside is given by V = ke Q/r. Using Er = -dv/dr, derive the electric field inside and outside this charge distribution.

## What is the electric potential inside the shell?

If you’re talking about a uniform shell of charge (with no other charge inside), the **electric field inside will be zero**: this follows from Gauss’s Law. However the potential inside need not be zero: it will be a constant.

## Is electric potential zero when electric field is zero?

Yes, **electric potential can be zero at a point** even when the electric field is not zero at that point. Considering the case of the electric dipole will help us understand this concept.

## Which of the following is correct the electric field at a point is?

Electric field at a point is continuous if there is no charge at that point. And the field is discontinuous if there is charge at that point. So both options **(b) and (c)** are correct.

## What is the electric potential due to a uniformly charged spherical shell at a point inside the shell?

Since the charge q is distributed on the surface of the spherical shell, there will be no charge enclosed by the spherical Gaussian surface i.e. = 0. Hence, **there is no electric field** inside a uniformly charged spherical shell.

## What is the unit of electric intensity?

**Joule/newton**. Hint: The unit of electric field intensity can be found by using the units of force and charge, as electric field intensity is the force per unit coulomb. Mathematically, E=Fq, where E is electric field intensity, F is the force exerted on charge and q is charge.

## What will be the value of electric field at the Centre of the electric dipole?

Therefore, electrical field at point p is the question mark. Since the total distance between the charges is d and this point is the center of the dipole, therefore this distance will be equal to **d over 2**.