Problem: Suppose you wanted to store 27 μC of charge in a capacitor across a voltage of 120 V.What capacitance is needed in nF?

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Charge:

Q=CV

Therefore, C = Q/V

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Suppose you wanted to store 27 μC of charge in a capacitor across a voltage of 120 V.


What capacitance is needed in nF?

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