# When the plates of a parallel plate capacitor are charged up to 100V?

## When the plates of a parallel plate capacitor are charged up to 100V?

The plates of a parallel plate capacitor are charged upto 100V. A 2mm thick plate is inserted between the plates then to maintain the same potential difference,the distance between the plates is increased by 1.6mm.

Is E constant between two plates?

The electric field between two capacitor plates is approximately constant.

Is the plates of a parallel plate capacitor are not equal in area than quantity of charge?

quantity of charge on the plates will be different, but nature of charge will be the same. quantity of charge as well as nature of charge will be the same. The total charge on each plate will have to be same.

### What is the force of attraction between the plates?

What is the force of attraction between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor? Hence, the force between the plates of the parallel plate capacitor is q2/2Aϵ0.

When the plates of a parallel plate capacitor are charged?

The plates of a parallel plate capacitor are charged up to 100V. After the battery is removed, a 2mm thick plate is inserted between the plates then to maintain the same potential difference. The distance between the plates is then increased by 1.6mm.

Why is electric field constant for a plate?

The electric field stays constant because the charge density on the surface stays constant.

#### What would happen when a dielectric with constant κ is inserted between the plates of a charged isolated capacitor?

Because the charge is stranded in the capacitor plates, the charge cannot change. Adding the dielectric increases the capacitance by a factor of κ. To see what happens to the potential difference, look at Q = C ΔV .

What if we have different charge on each plate of a parallel plate capacitor?

Capacitors do not store charge. Capacitors actually store an imbalance of charge. If one plate of a capacitor has 1 coulomb of charge stored on it, the other plate will have −1 coulomb, making the total charge (added up across both plates) zero.

How do you know if an electric field is constant?

If the potential is constant then the electric field is zero. If the rate of change of potential with distance is constant then the electric field strength is constant.

## What does constant electric field mean?

Work and Voltage: Constant Electric Field The electric field is by definition the force per unit charge, so that multiplying the field times the plate separation gives the work per unit charge, which is by definition the change in voltage.

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