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‘V’ potential is given to the two ends of a circuit of ‘n’ number of Capacitors connected in parallel combination. What will be the potential difference after the battery is removed and all the ‘n’ numbers of capacitors are connected in series combination

‘V’ potential is given to the two ends of a circuit of ‘n’ number of Capacitors connected in parallel combination. What will be the potential difference after the battery is removed and all the ‘n’ numbers of capacitors are connected in series combination

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
dear student 
when capacitor is connected in parallel , then equivalent capacitance = nC 
and voltage at each cap will be sme => V 
when all are connected in series and battery is removed, then each will remai charge at potential V volt . 
So , Potential = nV 
Hope this will helps 
Good Luck 

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