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A parallel plate capacitor is located horizontally that one of its plates is submerged in a liquid while other is above the liquid surface.The permittivity of the liquid is equal to $(epsilon).Its density is equal to >(row) .To what height will the level of liquid in the capacitor rise after its plates get a charge of surface density ~(sigma) sir solve this problem and tell the reason for which the level of liquid rises in the capacitor.

A parallel plate capacitor is located horizontally that one of its plates is submerged in a liquid while other is above the liquid surface.The permittivity of the liquid is equal to $(epsilon).Its density is equal to >(row) .To what height will the level of liquid in the capacitor rise after its plates get a charge of surface density ~(sigma)


sir solve this problem and tell the reason for which the level of liquid rises in the capacitor.

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