Gauss’s Law. Now imagine there are various point charges that are distributed throughout the surface.
The formula will be something like
Which can be written as
=1(total charge enclosed in the surface).
This is the mathematical expression of the law, which is stated as:
“The flux through any enclosed surface is 1 times the total charge enclosed in it.”
Applications Of Gauss’s Law
This is applied to calculate the electric intensity due to different charge configurations.
Intensity Of Field Inside A Hollow Charged Sphere
The charge enclosed in a hollow surface is zero.
So according to the formula
As E=0, therefore the A being multiplied will be zero as well.
So the intensity of the field inside a hollow charged sphere is zero.