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In this lesson, we will learn how to relate capacitance to the net charge stored on surfaces and the electric potential difference between the surfaces.
What capacitance is needed to store 3.00 µC of
charge at a voltage of 120 V?
What charge is stored in a 180.0-
F capacitor when
120.0 V is applied to it?
Calculate the voltage applied to a 2.00-μF capacitor
when it holds 3.10 µC of charge.
What voltage must be applied to a
13.00 nF capacitor to
store 0.30 mC of
A set of parallel plates has a capacitance of 5.0 µF.
How much charge must be added to the plates to increase
the potential difference between them by 100 V?
What is the charge stored when 12.50 V is applied to a 5.00 pF
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