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Ch20 - Q19.1a Capacitor initially charged Which graph shows...

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Q19.1a Capacitor initially charged. Which graph shows CURRENT vs TIME while DISCHARGING?
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Q19.1b Capacitor initially charged (left plate negative) When circuit is connected: 1) Charge on the plates stays constant. 2) Left plate gets less negative. 3) Left plate gets more negative.
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Q19.1c Which graph shows CURRENT vs TIME while CHARGING? Capacitor initially uncharged.
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Q19.1d Capacitor initially uncharged. When circuit is connected: 1) Electrons jump across the gap between the plates. 2) Electrons pile up on the left plate. 3) Electrons pile up on the right plate.
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Q19.1e Capacitor initially uncharged. Which graph shows MAGNITUDE of CHARGE on RIGHT PLATE vs. time while charging?
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