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Voltage is the unit of measurement for electronic potential, from one point location to another.

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It is so because as you increase the voltage the number of electrons reaching the other plate increases because more of them have the required energy to do so until a point is reached where all the … electrons released from the plate on which light is shone constitute the photo current. On further increasing the voltage more electrons won't be released by the plate as the number of electrons …
answered Mar 29 by user8718165
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How will the capacitance of a typical desktop van de graaff generator be affected when connected in series to a group of some 5-10 Leyden jars? I know that the capacitance is decreased in series comb …
asked Dec 18 '18 by user8718165
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Law. What will change when the current changes is the Voltage, (or I should say what "causes" the change in current) is the voltage since you can change the current only by changing the Voltage across it for a particular resistor at a particular temperature. …
answered Mar 10 by user8718165
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You are mixing the properties of a point charge and that of a capacitor. The formula you've written works perfectly for point charges and intuitively for two entities holding the same nature of charg …
answered Mar 27 by user8718165
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The charges will remain as they are even after disconnecting the battery(provided you don't connect the other two terminals together). You can imagine the other two plates(say C and D) as producing a …
answered May 18 by user8718165
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I have this setup. It consists of a battery of no internal resistance with voltage $V$ and a resistor with resistance $R$. It also consists of a voltmeter of some (not so large) resistance as …
asked Feb 6 by user8718165