Hi this is my first time posting so please feel free to correct me on any formatting errors I may make.
I understand that as a capacitor charges, the amount of electrons that are deposited on one plate increases, thereby the overall voltage across the capacitor increases. And I kind of understand that because of that, the rate at which 1 coulomb of charge flows in the circuit starts to fall because of this. But what I don't understand is why this decrease in current is exponential, or how any relationship between these variables are exponential. I don't know if I was doing this wrong but I couldn't find a true explanation with a google search, so I was hoping my question could be answered here, thanks in advance.