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Unformatted text preview: ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 12 volts ∆ V bulb = 0 volts ∆ V gap = 0 + ++ ++ ++ +RC Circuits ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 12 volts ∆ V bulb = 0 volts ∆ V gap = 12 volts + ++ ++ ++ +RC Circuits ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 12 volts ∆ V bulb = 12 volts ∆ V gap = 0 + ++ ++ ++ +RC Circuits ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 8 volts ∆ V bulb = 8 volts ∆ V gap = 0 + ++ +RC Circuits ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 4 volts ∆ V bulb = 4 volts ∆ V gap = 0 + +RC Circuits ∆ V cap = Q C C = 0.5 Farad ∆ V cap = 0 volts ∆ V bulb = 0 volts ∆ V gap = 0...
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 Fall '11
 GregoryFrancis
 RC Circuits, RC circuit, 4 Volts, 0 Volts, 0.5 Farad

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