Question

You need a capacitance of 40.0 *μ*F, but you don't happen
to have a 40.0 *μ*F capacitor. You do have a 90.0
*μ*F capacitor.

Part A) You need a capacitance of 40.0 *μ*F, but you
don't happen to have a 40.0 *μ*F capacitor. You do have a
90.0 *μ*F capacitor.

Part B) Should you join the two capacitors in parallel or in series?

Answer #1

Ten identical capacitors, each with a capacitance of 40 μF, are
wired in a simple circuit with a 3 V battery.
(a) If all the capacitors are wired in series, what is the
capacitance of the entire circuit?
(b) With the capacitors in series, what is the total charge that
came out of the positive terminal of the battery in charging all of
the capacitors?
(c) If all the capacitors are wired in parallel, what is the
capacitance of the...

Ten identical capacitors, each with a capacitance of 40 μF, are
wired in a simple circuit with a 3 V battery.
(a) If all the capacitors are wired in series, what is the
capacitance of the entire circuit? (b) With the capacitors in
series, what is the total charge that came out of the positive
terminal of the battery in charging all of the capacitors?
(c) If all the capacitors are wired in parallel, what is the
capacitance of the...

In procedure 1 capacitors in series: Determine the equivalent
capacitance assuming: C1 = 107 μF C2 = 269 μF C3 = 407 μF Enter
your response to three significant figures in units of μF.
In procedure 2 capacitors in parallel : Determine the equivalent
capacitance assuming: C1 = 197 μF C2 = 285 μF C3 = 422 μF Enter
your response to three significant figures in units of μF.
Edit: Removed part 3.

Your friend claims that a certain circuit contains three
capacitors but you don't know if they are wired in series,
parallel, or some combination. The battery has a voltage of 9V, two
of the three capacitors have capacitances of 2μF while one has a
capacitance of 1μF, and your friend claims that if were you to find
the correct equivalent capacitance and replace the three capacitors
with that, you would find the charge on the equivalent capacitor to
be 1.8...

If I connect a large number of 40.0 μF capacitors in parallel
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207.4 J of energy?

A capacitance C1 = 14.6 μF is connected in series with a
capacitance C2 = 5.8 μF, and a potential difference of 150 V is
applied across the pair.
a. Calculate the equivalent capacitance.
b. What is the charge on C2?
c. What is the charge on C1?
d. What is the potential difference across C2?
e. What is the potential difference across C1?
(c25p72) Repeat for the same two capacitors but with them now
connected in parallel.
f. Calculate...

A 27.0-μF capacitor and a 50.0-μF capacitor
are charged by being connected across separate 40.0-V
batteries.
(a) Determine the resulting charge on each capacitor. (Give your
answer to at least three significant figures.)
27.0-μF capacitor
1.08 mC
50.0-μF capacitor
2 mC
(b) The capacitors are then disconnected from their batteries and
connected to each other, with each negative plate connected to the
other positive plate. What is the final charge of each
capacitor?
27.0-μF capacitor
?????
50.0-μF capacitor
?????
(c)...

Using only 10 μF capacitors in series and in parallel, construct
two different circuits having and equivalent capacitance
of...
a) 20 μF
b) 3.33 μF
c) 15 μF

A 0.50-μF and a 1.4-μF capacitor (C1 and
C2, respectively) are connected in series to a 14-V
battery.
a) Calculate the potential difference across each capacitor.
Express your answers using two significant figures separated by
a comma.
V1 V2 =
b) Calculate the charge on each capacitor.
Express your answers using two significant figures separated by
a comma.
Q1 Q2 =
c) Calculate the potential difference across each capacitor
assuming the two capacitors are in parallel.
Express your answers using...

A capacitor (4.30 μF ) is connected in a parallel
arrangement with a second capacitor (1.50 μF ) and in
series with a 12-V battery
A)The battery is then removed,
leaving the two capacitors isolated.
If the smaller capacitor's capacitance is now doubled, by how
much does the charge on the larger capacitor change?
Express your answer using two significant figures.
B)By how much does the charge on the smaller capacitor
change?
Express your answer using two significant figures.
C)By...

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