# Magnetic Field in parallel plate capacitor [closed]

A parallel plate capacitor of area 60cm^2 and separation 3mm is charged initially at 90 micro coulomb. If the medium between the plates get slightly conducting and the plate loses charge initially at the rate of 2.5 *10^-8 C per sec then what is the magnetic field between the plates?

## closed as off-topic by Danu, CuriousOne, John Rennie, ACuriousMind♦, Kyle KanosMar 19 '16 at 11:07

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• Have you tried using Maxwell's equations? – CuriousOne Mar 19 '16 at 9:01
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• @CuriousOne Yes, i applied it.Since, i'm in grade 12 and i haven't much knowledge about it.But i studied it from internet.I'm confused that how do i find displacement current and actual current. – Mayank Devnani Mar 19 '16 at 11:51
• You apply the definition for both. – CuriousOne Mar 20 '16 at 1:34
• I do think that this question should be reopened for a grade 12 student as there is a great deal of understanding to be gained from discussing this question particularly as it can be solved by just drawing a diagram and writing a few words. – Farcher Mar 20 '16 at 13:36