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## Problem 67P Chapter 20

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Problem 67P

Find the electric energy density between the plates of a 225-μF parallel-plate capacitor. The potential difference between the plates is 345 V, and the plate separation is 0.223 mm.

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Solution 67 P:

Step 1 of 2:-

Here, we have to find the electric energy density between the plates of the capacitor.

The capacitance is,

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The potential difference between the plates is,

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The separation is,

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Step 2 of 2

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