I was attending a lecture about capacitors and something confused me.
If I charge a capacitor using a DC supply, the capacitor will gain charge $Q_0$.
Now, if I discharged it along an uncharged capacitor in this arrangement, according to the lecture notes, the capacitors share the total charge $Q_0$.
Now, I had a question. Aren't there electrons on the uncharged capacitor, such that they flow between the two capacitors to cause equal p.d. on both capacitors hence the total charge in this circuit greater than $Q_0$?