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MIT 8.02 Electricity and Magnetism, Spring 2002
OpenStudy (anonymous):

If we have a conductor of which is not an equipotential , then there will be an electric field inside it. the result would be a continual redistribution of the charges in the conductor until the internal field was reduced to zero.so WHY this redistribution occurs? and is it called the RELAXATION TIME ?

OpenStudy (sriram):

when it is not equipotential then free electrons are attracted towards the higher potential due to this there is redistribution.

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