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determine the charge stored by image when image image image and image applet

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Determine the charge stored by {image} when {image} , {image} , {image} , and {image} . {applet}
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determine the energy stored in the image capacitor applet

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determine the equivalent capacitance of the circuit shown below applet

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determine the energy stored in image when image image image and image applet

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determine the equivalent capacitance of the combination shown when image applet

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Determine the equivalent capacitance of the combination shown when {image} ? {applet}
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A parallel plate capacitor of capacitance {image} has plates of area {image} with separation {image} between them. When it is connected to a battery of voltage {image} , it has charge of magnitude {image} on its plates. It is then disconnected from the battery and the space between the plates is filled with a material of dielectric constant 4. After the dielectric is added, what are the magnitudes of the charge on the plates and the potential difference between them?

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A parallel plate capacitor of capacitance {image} has plates of area {image} with separation {image} between them. When it is connected to a battery of voltage {image} , it has charge of magnitude {image} on its plates. While it is connected to the battery the space between the plates is filled with a material of dielectric constant 6. After the dielectric is added, what is the magnitude of the charge on the plates and the potential difference between them?

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A parallel plate capacitor of capacitance {image} has plates of area {image} with separation {image} between them. When it is connected to a battery of voltage {image} , it has charge of magnitude {image} on its plates. The plates are pulled apart to a separation {image} while the capacitor remains connected to the battery. After the plates are {image} apart, what is the magnitude of the charge on the plates and the potential difference between them?

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An initially uncharged parallel plate capacitor of capacitance {image} is charged to potential {image} by a battery. The battery is then disconnected. Which statement is right?

  • The magnitude of the electric field outside the space between the plates is approximately zero.
  • There is no charge on either plate of the capacitor.
  • The capacitor can be discharged by grounding any one of its two plates.
  • Charge is distributed evenly over both the inner and outer surfaces of the plates.
  • The capacitance increases when the distance between the plates increases.
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A parallel plate capacitor of capacitance {image} has plates of area {image} with separation {image} between them. When it is connected to a battery of voltage {image} , it has charge of magnitude {image} on its plates. It is then disconnected from the battery and the plates are pulled apart to a separation {image} without discharging them. After the plates are {image} apart, what is the new capacitance and the potential difference between the plates?

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A {image} capacitor is charged to an unknown potential {image} and then connected across an initially uncharged {image} capacitor. If the final potential difference across the {image} capacitor is {image} , determine {image} .

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A {image} capacitor is charged to {image} and then connected across an initially uncharged {image} capacitor. What is the final potential difference across the {image} capacitor?

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A {image} capacitor and a {image} capacitor are connected in parallel, and charged to a potential difference of {image} . How much energy is then stored in this capacitor combination?

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A {image} capacitor initially charged to {image} and a {image} capacitor charged to {image} are connected to each other with the positive plate of each connected to the negative plate of the other. What is the final charge on the {image} capacitor?

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A capacitor of unknown capacitance {image} is charged to {image} and then connected across an initially uncharged {image} capacitor. If the final potential difference across the {image} capacitor is {image} , determine {image} .

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A {image} capacitor charged to {image} and a {image} capacitor charged to {image} are connected to each other, with the two positive plates connected and the two negative plates connected. What is the total energy stored in the {image} capacitor at equilibrium?

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if image how much energy is stored in the image capacitor applet

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If {image} , how much energy is stored in the {image} capacitor? {applet}
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A {image} capacitor and a {image} capacitor are connected in series, and charged to a potential difference of {image} . What is the resulting charge on the {image} capacitor?

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What total energy is stored in the group of capacitors shown if the potential difference {image} is equal to {image} ? {applet}
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What is the total energy stored in the group of capacitors shown if the charge on the {image} capacitor is {image} ? {applet}
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what is the equivalent capacitance of the combination shown applet

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A capacitor stores charge {image} at a potential difference {image} If the voltage applied by a battery to the capacitor is doubled to {image} _____.

  • the capacitance falls to half its initial value and the charge remains the same
  • the capacitance and the charge both fall to half their initial values
  • the capacitance and the charge both double
  • the capacitance remains the same and the charge doubles
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Two capacitors are identical. They can be connected in series or in parallel. If you want the smallest equivalent capacitance for the combination, you will connect them _____.

  • in series
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  • do the combinations have the same capacitance
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You have three capacitors and a battery. In which of the following combinations of the three capacitors will the maximum possible energy be stored when the combination is attached to the battery?

  • Series.
  • Parallel.
  • Both combinations will store the same amount of energy.
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