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An air capacitor is charged to a certain potential difference.it is then immersed in oil .What happens to its(a)capacitance(b)charge(c)potential.
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An air capacitor is charged to a certain potential difference.it is then immersed in oil .What happens to its(a)capacitance(b)charge(c)potential.
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the capacitance will increase proportional to the dielectric constant of the oil,the rest you should find out (charge and potential are related to capacitance).we are not allowed to give complete solutions
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