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how nearness of a conductor increases the capacity of a charged conductor

7 years ago


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For example we will consider a parallel plate capacitor


C = \frac{\varepsilon A}{d}


thus , Capacity of a cacpacitor is  inversly proportional to the separation d , so

if we decrease the separation , capacitance will increase.



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