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# tsl110 - -d Ε tsl110 – p.1/2 Capacitor Problem(2...

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Capacitor Problem (1) Consider two oppositely charged parallel plates separated by a very small distance d . What happens when the plates are pulled apart a fraction of d ? Will the quantities listed below increase or decrease in magnitude or stay unchanged? (a) Electric field ~ E between the plates. (b) Voltage V across the plates. (c) Capacitance C of the device. (d) Energy U stored in the device.

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Unformatted text preview: + + + + + + + + + + + + +- - - - - - - - - - - - -d Ε tsl110 – p.1/2 Capacitor Problem (2) Consider two equal capacitors connected in series. (a) Find the voltages V A-V B , V B-V C , V A-V D . (b) Find the charge Q A on plate A . (c) Find the electric field E between plates C and D . 24V 12V B A 2 μ F 2cm 2cm D C 2 μ F . tsl113 – p.2/2...
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