Faraday Cage

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    If you are in contact with the conducting surface and all other object are electrically bonded to that surface, then no shock hazard exists.
     
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    Try: http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/worksheets/shock.html

    There is nothing on Faraday Cages on it.

    OP: The key aspect here is that the surface of the Faraday Cage (internal and external) is an equipotential - think about the electric-field structure at an equipotential. What does this mean for the region inside the cage.

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