# 73. A capacitor is made from two 1.1-cm-diameter coins

## Problem 73 Chapter 17

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Problem 73

73. A capacitor is made from two 1.1-cm-diameter coins separated by a 0.15-mm-thick piece of paper (K = 3.7). A 12-V battery is connected to the capacitor. How much charge is on each coin?

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