I'm currently working through an AP revision guide. The section on charging a capacitor outlines the following steps:
When a capacitor is connected to a battery, a current flows in the circuit until the capacitor is fully charged, then stops.
The electrons flow onto the plate connected to the negative terminal of the battery, so a negative charge builds up.
The build up of negative charge repels electrons from the positive terminal of the battery, making that plate positive. These electrons are attracted to the positive terminal of the battery.
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My question here is: Shouldn't the last part of step 3 say "These electrons are attracted to the negative terminal of the battery"? as that is where the negative charge is building up. Slightly confused about this but I was hoping it's just a typo.