 24.24.1: The two plates of a capacitor hold +2800/aC and2800 /xC of charge, ...
 24.24.2: How much charge flows from a 12.0V battery when it isconnected to ...
 24.24.3: The potential difference between two short sections ofparallel wire...
 24.24.4: The charge on a capacitor increases by 26 /xC when thevoltage acros...
 24.24.5: A 7.7/xF capacitor is charged by a 125V battery(Fig. 2420a) and ...
 24.24.6: An isolated capacitor Ct carries a charge Q0. Its wiresare then con...
 24.24.7: It takes 15 J of energy to move a 0.20mC charge fromone plate of a...
 24.24.8: A 2.70/zF capacitor is charged to 475 V and a 4.00/zFcapacitor is...
 24.24.9: Compact ultracapacitors with capacitance values upto several thousa...
 24.24.10: In a dynamic random access memory (DRAM)computer chip, each memory ...
 24.24.11: To make a 0.40/iF capacitor, what area must the plateshave if they...
 24.24.12: What is the capacitance per unit length (F/m) of acoaxial cable who...
 24.24.13: Determine the capacitance of the Earth, assuming it tobe a spherica...
 24.24.14: Use Gausss law to show that E = 0 inside the innerconductor of a cy...
 24.24.15: Dry air will break down if the electric field exceedsabout 3.0 X 10...
 24.24.16: An electric field of 4.80 X 105V/m is desiredbetween two parallel p...
 24.24.17: How strong is the electric field between the plates of a0.S0fxF ai...
 24.24.18: A large metal sheet of thickness is placedbetween, and parallel to,...
 24.24.19: Small distances are commonly measured capacitively.Consider an air...
 24.24.20: In an electrostatic air cleaner (precipitator), thestrong nonunifor...
 24.24.21: The capacitance of a portion of a circuit is to be reducedfrom 2900...
 24.24.22: (a) Six 3.8/xF capacitors are connected in parallel. Whatis the eq...
 24.24.23: Given three capacitors, C1 = 2.0 juF, C2 = 1.5 /xF, andC3 = 3.0 fjF...
 24.24.24: Suppose three parallelplate capacitors, whose plateshave areas A 1...
 24.24.25: An electric circuit was accidentally constructed using a5.0jnF cap...
 24.24.26: Three conducting plates, each of area A, are connectedas shown in F...
 24.24.27: Consider three capacitors, of capacitance 3600 pF,5800 pF, and 0.01...
 24.24.28: A 0.50/xF and a 0.80/xF capacitor are connected inseries to a 9.0...
 24.24.29: In Fig. 2423, suppose(a) Determine the equivalentcapacitance betwe...
 24.24.30: Suppose in Fig. 2423 that C\ = C2 = C3 = 16.0 /jlFand C4 = 28.5 /j...
 24.24.31: The switch S in Fig. 2424 is connected downward sothat capacitor C...
 24.24.32: (a) Determine the equivalent capacitance betweenpoints a and b for ...
 24.24.33: Suppose in 32, Fig. 2425, that Q = C3 = 8.0 juF,C2 = C4 = 16 p F ,...
 24.24.34: Two capacitors connected in parallel produce an equivalentcapacitan...
 24.24.35: In the capacitance bridge shown in Fig. 2426, a voltageV q is appl...
 24.24.36: Two capacitors, C\ = 3200 pF and C2 = 1800 pF, areconnected in seri...
 24.24.37: (a) Determine the equivalent capacitance of the circuitshown in Fig...
 24.24.38: In Fig. 2427,C.n = 4.00 11F. andlet Ci = 2.00 /xF, C2 = 3.00 /xF,V...
 24.24.39: Suppose one plate of a parallelplate capacitor is tiltedso it make...
 24.24.40: A voltage V is applied to the capacitor network shownin Fig. 2429....
 24.24.41: 2200 V is applied to a 2800pF capacitor. How muchelectric energy i...
 24.24.42: There is an electric field near the Earths surface whoseintensity i...
 24.24.43: How much energy is stored by the electric field betweentwo square p...
 24.24.44: A parallelplate capacitor has fixed charges +Q and Q.The separatio...
 24.24.45: In Fig. 2427, let V = 10.0 V and Cx = C2 = C3 = 22.6 jxF.How much ...
 24.24.46: How much energy must a 28V battery expend tocharge a 0.45/xF and ...
 24.24.47: (a) Suppose the outer radius Ra of a cylindrical capacitor wastripl...
 24.24.48: A 2.20/aF capacitor is charged by a 12.0V battery. It isdisconnec...
 24.24.49: How much work would be required to remove ametal sheet from between...
 24.24.50: a) Show that each plate of a parallelplate capacitorexerts a force...
 24.24.51: Show that the electrostatic energy stored in the electricfield outs...
 24.24.52: When two capacitors are connected in parallel and thenconnected to ...
 24.24.53: For commonly used CMOS (complementary metaloxide semiconductor) dig...
 24.24.54: What is the capacitance of two square parallel plates4.2 cm on a si...
 24.24.55: Suppose the capacitor in Example 2411 remainsrnrmerterl to the hat...
 24.24.56: How much energy would be stored in the capacitor of if a mica diele...
 24.24.57: In the DRAM computer chip of 10, the cellcapacitors two conducting ...
 24.24.58: A 3500pF airgap capacitor is connected to a 32Vbattery. If a pie...
 24.24.59: Two different dielectrics each fill half the space betweenthe plate...
 24.24.60: Two different dielectrics fill the space between the platesof a par...
 24.24.61: Repeat (Fig. 2431) but assume the separationdi d2.
 24.24.62: Two identical capacitors are connected in parallel and eachacquires...
 24.24.63: A slab of width d and dielectric constant K is inserteda distance x...
 24.24.64: The quantity of liquid (such as cryogenic liquidnitrogen) available...
 24.24.65: Show that the capacitor in Example 2412 withdielectric inserted ca...
 24.24.66: Repeat Example 2412 assuming the battery remainsconnected when the...
 24.24.67: Using Example 2412 as a model, derive a formulafor the capacitance...
 24.24.68: In Example 2412 what percent of the stored energy isstored in the ...
 24.24.69: The capacitor shown in Fig. 2434 is connected to a90.0V battery. ...
 24.24.70: (a) A general rule for estimating the capacitance C of anisolated c...
 24.24.71: A cardiac defibrillator is used to shock a heart that isbeating err...
 24.24.72: A homemade capacitor is assembled by placing two 9in. piepans 5.0 ...
 24.24.73: An uncharged capacitor is connected to a 34.0V batteryuntil it is ...
 24.24.74: It takes 18.5 J of energy to move a 13.0mC charge from onenlate o ...
 24.24.75: A huge 3.0F capacitor has enough stored energy to heat3.5 kg of wa...
 24.24.76: A coaxial cable, Fig. 2435, consists of an inner cylindricalconduc...
 24.24.77: The electric field between the plates of a paperseparated(K = 3.75...
 24.24.78: Capacitors can be used as electric charge counters.Consider an init...
 24.24.79: A parallelplate capacitor is isolated with a charge Q oneach plate...
 24.24.80: In lightning storms, the potential difference between theEarth and ...
 24.24.81: A multilayer film capacitor has a maximum voltage ratingof 100 V an...
 24.24.82: A 3.5/iF capacitor is charged by a 12.4V battery and thenis disco...
 24.24.83: The power supply for a pulsed nitrogen laser has a 0.080jitFcapaci...
 24.24.84: A parallelplate capacitor has square plates 12 cm on a sideseparat...
 24.24.85: The variable capacitance of an old radio tuner consists of fourplat...
 24.24.86: A highvoltage supply can be constructed from a variablecapacitor w...
 24.24.87: A 175pF capacitor is connected in series with an unknowncapacitor,...
 24.24.88: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area 2.0 cm2 and airgapsepara...
 24.24.89: In the circuit shown in Fig. 2437, C\ = 1.0 fxF, C2 = 2.0 fx,C3 = ...
 24.24.90: The long cylindrical capacitor shown in Fig. 2438 consists offour ...
 24.24.91: A parallelplate capacitor has plate area A, plate separation x,and...
 24.24.92: Consider the use of capacitors as memory cells. A chargedcapacitor ...
 24.24.93: To get an idea how big a farad is, suppose you want to makea 1F ai...
 24.24.94: A student wearing shoes with thin insulating soles isstanding on a ...
 24.24.95: A parallelplate capacitor with plate area A = 2.0 m2 andplate sepa...
 24.24.96: Let us try to estimate the maximum static electricitycharge that mi...
 24.24.97: Paper has a dielectric constant K = 3.7 and a dielectricstrength of...
 24.24.98: Six physics students were each given an air filled capacitor.Althou...
Solutions for Chapter 24: Capacitance, Dielectrics, Electric Energy Storage
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Solutions for Chapter 24: Capacitance, Dielectrics, Electric Energy Storage
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