44. (a) According to Chapter 25, the capacitance is C = κε0A/d. In our case κ= 4.5, A= (0.50 µm)2, and d= 0.20 µm, so CAd==×=×−−µ01221745 885 1005002050 10.....bgchFmmmF. (b) Let the number of elementary charges in question be
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