A 20.0-µF capacitor is charged to a potential difference of 800 V. The terminals of the charged capacitor are then connected to those of an uncharged 10.0-µF capacitor. Compute (a) the original charge of the system, (b) the final potential difference across each capacitor, (c) the final energy of the system, and (d) the decrease in energy when the capacitors are connected.
When a charged capacitor is connected to uncharged capacitor then the charge flows from the capacitor having higher potential to the capacitor having lower potential until common potential achieved.
By law of conservation of charge initial charge should be equal to final charge
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