HW6pg2 - It takes 30 J of energy to move a(n 0.20 mi charge...

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Unformatted text preview: It takes 30 J of energy to move a(n) 0.20 mi: charge from one plate of a 16 pF capacitor to the other. How much charge is on each plate? C To make a 0.36 0F capacitor. what-area must the plates have If they are to be separated by a 3.0 mm air gap? Dry air will break down if the electric field exceeds about 3.0 x 10-6 Wm. What amount of charge can be placed on a capacitor if'the area of each plate is 8.1 cm2? -«IE nc The capacitance of a portion of.a circuit is to be reduced from 3300 pF to 14-00 pF. What capacitance canoe added to the circuit to produce this effectwithout removing existing circuit elements? —«IE uF Must any e><isting connections be broken to accomplish this? ...
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