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# 50. (II) A parallel-plate capacitor has fixed charges +Q

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50. (II) A parallel-plate capacitor has fixed charges +Q and -Q. The separation of the plates is then doubled. (a) By what factor does the energy stored in the electric field change? (b) How' much work must be done in doubling the plate separation from d to 2? Hie area of each plate is A.

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