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Capacitors Consider a simple parallel-plate capacitor whose plates are given equal and opposite charges and are separated by a distance d . Suppose the plates are now pulled apart until they are separated by a distance D > d . The electric potential energy stored in the capacitor A. decreases. B. is unchanged. C. increases.
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Unformatted text preview: Dielectric removed A parallel-plate capacitor, with a dielectric in between the plates, is charged. Then the dielectric is removed. The electric potential energy stored in the capacitor is A. less than B. the same as C. greater than it would have been if the dielectric were left in place....
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