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40. (Ill) A 1.1-p capacitor is charged by a 125-V battery

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Problem 40

40. (Ill) A 1.1-p capacitor is charged by a 125-V battery (Fig. 17-29a) and then is disconnected from the battery. When this capacitor (Ci) is then connected (Fig. 17-29b) to a second (initially uncharged) capacitor. C2, the final voltage on each capacitor is 15 V. What is the value of C2 ? [Hint, charge is conserved.]

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