 26.1: A fully charged parallelplate capacitor remains connected to a bat...
 26.2: By what factor is the capacitance of a metal sphere multiplied if i...
 26.3: An electronics technician wishes to construct a parallelplate capa...
 26.4: A parallelplate capacitor is connected to a battery. What happens ...
 26.5: If three unequal capacitors, initially uncharged, are connected in ...
 26.6: Assume a device is designed to obtain a large potential difference ...
 26.7: (i) What happens to the magnitude of the charge on each plate of a ...
 26.8: A capacitor with very large capacitance is in series with another c...
 26.9: A parallelplate capacitor filled with air carries a charge Q . The...
 26.10: (i) A battery is attached to several different capacitors connected...
 26.11: A parallelplate capacitor is charged and then is disconnected from...
 26.12: (i) Rank the following five capacitors from greatest to smallest ca...
 26.13: True or False? (a) From the definition of capacitance C 5 Q /DV, it...
 26.14: You charge a parallelplate capacitor, remove it from the battery, ...
 26.15: Find the equivalent capacitance of a 4.20mF capacitor and an 8.50...
 26.16: Given a 2.50mF capacitor, a 6.25mF capacitor, and a 6.00V batter...
 26.17: According to its design specification, the timer circuit delaying t...
 26.18: Why is the following situation impossible? A technician is testing ...
 26.19: For the system of four capacitors shown in Figure P26.19, find (a) ...
 26.20: Three capacitors are connected to a battery as shown in Figure P26....
 26.21: A group of identical capacitors is connected first in series and th...
 26.22: (a) Find the equivalent capacitance between points a and b for the ...
 26.23: Four capacitors are connected as shown in Figure P26.23. (a) Find t...
 26.24: Consider the circuit shown in Figure P26.24, where C1 5 6.00 mF, C2...
 26.25: Find the equivalent capacitance between points a and b in the combi...
 26.26: Find (a) the equivalent capacitance of the capacitors in Figure P26...
 26.27: Two capacitors give an equivalent capacitance of 9.00 pF when conne...
 26.28: Two capacitors give an equivalent capacitance of Cp when connected ...
 26.29: Consider three capacitors C1, C2, and C3 and a battery. If only C1 ...
 26.30: The immediate cause of many deaths is ventricular fibrillation, whi...
 26.31: A 12.0V battery is connected to a capacitor, resulting in 54.0 mC ...
 26.32: (a) A 3.00mF capacitor is connected to a 12.0V battery. How much ...
 26.33: As a person moves about in a dry environment, electric charge accum...
 26.34: Two capacitors, C1 5 18.0 mF and C2 5 36.0 mF, are connected in ser...
 26.35: Two identical parallelplate capacitors, each with capacitance 10.0...
 26.36: Two identical parallelplate capacitors, each with capacitance C, a...
 26.37: Two capacitors, C1 5 25.0 mF and C2 5 5.00 mF, are connected in par...
 26.38: A parallelplate capacitor has a charge Q and plates of area A. Wha...
 26.39: Review. A storm cloud and the ground represent the plates of a capa...
 26.40: Consider two conducting spheres with radii R1 and R2 separated by a...
 26.41: Review. The circuit in Figure P26.41 (page 804) consists of two ide...
 26.42: A supermarket sells rolls of aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and waxed...
 26.43: (a) How much charge can be placed on a capacitor with air between t...
 26.44: The voltage across an airfilled parallelplate capacitor is measur...
 26.45: Determine (a) the capacitance and (b) the maximum potential differe...
 26.46: A commercial capacitor is to be constructed as shown in Figure P26....
 26.47: A parallelplate capacitor in air has a plate separation of 1.50 cm...
 26.48: Each capacitor in the combination shown in Figure P26.48 has a brea...
 26.49: A 2.00nF parallelplate capacitor is charged to an initial potenti...
 26.50: A small, rigid object carries positive and negative 3.50nC charges...
 26.51: An infinite line of positive charge lies along the y axis, with cha...
 26.52: A small object with electric dipole moment p S is placed in a nonun...
 26.53: The general form of Gausss law describes how a charge creates an el...
 26.54: . Find the equivalent capacitance of the group of capacitors shown ...
 26.55: Four parallel metal plates P1, P2, P3, and P4, each of area 7.50 cm...
 26.56: For the system of four capacitors shown in Figure P26.19, find (a) ...
 26.57: A uniform electric field E 5 3 000 V/m exists within a certain regi...
 26.58: Two large, parallel metal plates, each of area A, are oriented hori...
 26.59: A parallelplate capacitor is constructed using a dielectric materi...
 26.60: Why is the following situation impossible? A 10.0mF capacitor has ...
 26.61: A model of a red blood cell portrays the cell as a capacitor with t...
 26.62: A parallelplate capacitor with vacuum between its horizontal plate...
 26.63: A 10.0mF capacitor is charged to 15.0 V. It is next connected in s...
 26.64: Assume that the internal diameter of the Geiger Mueller tube descri...
 26.65: Two square plates of sides , are placed parallel to each other with...
 26.66: (a) Two spheres have radii a and b, and their centers are a distanc...
 26.67: A capacitor of unknown capacitance has been charged to a potential ...
 26.68: A parallelplate capacitor of plate separation d is charged to a po...
 26.69: Capacitors C1 5 6.00 mF and C2 5 2.00 mF are charged as a parallel ...
 26.70: Example 26.1 explored a cylindrical capacitor of length , with radi...
 26.71: To repair a power supply for a stereo amplifier, an electronics tec...
 26.72: The inner conductor of a coaxial cable has a radius of 0.800 mm, an...
 26.73: . Some physical systems possessing capacitance continuously distrib...
 26.74: Consider two long, parallel, and oppositely charged wires of radius...
 26.75: Determine the equivalent capacitance of the combination shown in Fi...
 26.76: A parallelplate capacitor with plates of area LW and plate separat...
 26.77: Calculate the equivalent capacitance between points a and b in Figu...
 26.78: A capacitor is constructed from two square, metallic plates of side...
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