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An AC source is connected to a capacitor. Will the rms current increase, decrease or remain constant if a dielectric slab is inserted to a capacitor?

6 years ago


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Dear Nikhil ,


rms current flowing through an AC capacitance is defined as  I = ωCVsin(90° + ωt )

 as dielctric slab  increases the capacitance of capacitor,

hence, rms current will increase.


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