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Unformatted text preview: source. If the final voltage on the capacitor is 6 volts, what is the total energy stored on the capacitor? a) 5 joules b) 6 joules c) 15 joules d) 30 joules e) 180 joules E cap = Q V final = (5 coul) x 6 volts = 15 J E.3 = c 10Ex 2&3 E.4 A 1.0 farad capacitor stores 5 joules of electrical potential energy. How many such charged capacitors would it take to equal the 0.7 million joules of chemical energy stored in a bottle of gasoline the size of one of these capacitors? 1 capacitor x 700,000 J = 140,000 cap 5 J 1 bottle bottle 10Ex 4 Solutions to Period 10 Exercises E.1 = c E.2 = a E.3 = c E.4 = 140,000 capacitors/bottle...
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course PHYSICS 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Ohio State.
 Spring '10
 Staff
 Energy, Force, Mass

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