Student 2 i dont think thats right i think the charges

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Unformatted text preview: hat remains unchanged in this scenario: Student 1: I think the voltage should remain unchanged. Student 2: I don’t think that’s right. I think the charges should not change because the plates are isolated they cannot gain or lose charges. Do you agree or disagree with either of these students? Recheck your answers above in light of this discussion. 2. Capacitor A (CA = 6.0 µF) is connected to a 1.5 V battery and quickly comes to electrostatic equilibrium (the voltage drop across the capacitor is 1.5 V). The + terminal of the battery has voltage 1.5 V and the – terminal of the battery has voltage 0 V. a. What is the energy stored in Capacitor A? B While Capacitor A is still connected to the battery, an uncharged Capacitor B (CB = 4.0 µF) is connected to Capacitor A and allowed to quickly attain electrostatic equilibrium as shown...
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