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0.5 X 4000 X 10-6 F X 252 V2 = 1.25 J For the doorknob, Q= CV = 3000 X 10-12

X 25 X 103 = 75 /xC and W=^CV2 = 0.5 X 3000 X 10-12 X (30 X 103)2 = 1.35J

These two capacitors differ in

in ...

0.5 X 4000 X 10-6 F X 252 V2 = 1.25 J For the doorknob, Q= CV = 3000 X 10-12

X 25 X 103 = 75 /xC and W=^CV2 = 0.5 X 3000 X 10-12 X (30 X 103)2 = 1.35J

These two capacitors differ in

**capacitance**by a factor of a million, and they differin ...

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So the

however, because in practice there are usually plenty of other conductors around

to hold the voltage down. A simple case is given in the preceding example, the ...

So the

**capacitance**per unit length C is zero. The actual situation is not so grave,however, because in practice there are usually plenty of other conductors around

to hold the voltage down. A simple case is given in the preceding example, the ...

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Find the

a resistor of 700 kfl, how long does it take to discharge to 1/e of its original charge

? 9-8 If the capacitor of the preceding problem is charged to 30 kV, find the ...

Find the

**capacitance**. 9-7 If the capacitor of the preceding problem is attached toa resistor of 700 kfl, how long does it take to discharge to 1/e of its original charge

? 9-8 If the capacitor of the preceding problem is charged to 30 kV, find the ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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