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Choose the BEST answer to the following: The electric field inside the dome of a Van de Graaff generator is zero when the dome is (a) charged. (b) uncharged. (c) Either of these. (d) Neither of these.

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Choose the BEST answer to the following:

The electric field inside the dome of a Van de Graaff generator is zero when the dome is

(a) charged.

(b) uncharged.

(c) Either of these.

(d) Neither of these.

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