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A positively charged conductor carrying a charge +Q placed near an uncharged and grounded conductor, results in the phenomenon of electrostatic induction. An electric charge is induced in the uncharged conductor because of this phenomenon. The electric charge induced in the uncharged conductor is

$\begin{array}{1 1}(A)\;-2Q\\ (B)\;-Q \\ (C)\;+Q \\(D)\; +2Q \end{array}$

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The electric charge induced in the uncharged conductor is -Q
answered May 29, 2014 by