I have read the theory of capacitors and the equations and all. But I have some doubts.
- If I'm connecting one plate of a non polarity capacitor to positive of a battery and other plate to ground(negative of battery is connected to ground). How will the capacitor charges?
GND--(-cell+) --| |-- GND. Does a $+q$ charge accumalate on one side and other plate at $-q$ ? Will $-q$ get accumalated on the other plate as it is connected to ground.?
- Similar question, in CMOS circuits, there is the load capacitance, in which one end is at the output node and other end is grounded. So for the output to become one, the capacitor needs to get charged. In that case, the $+q$ charge will be accumalated on the output end plate , and what will happen to the other plate which is connected to ground ?