HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 9 Capacitor

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Capacitor Chapter 9 is authored by Harish Chandra Verma a retired professor from IIT Kanpur. He has written many other physics books for school level, undergraduate and graduate level as well. Chapter 9 is briefly discussed here.

“Capacitor” is the 9th Chapter in volume 2 by Harish Chandra Verma. The ability of a component to store electric charges is called a capacitor. Capacitors are also called as condensers. Capacitance is the effect of a capacitor. Its mathematical equation is C= Q/ V where C is the capacitance, Q is the stored electric charge, V is the voltage between the plates of a capacitor. C is measured in farad (F), Q is measured in coulombs (C). V is measured in volts (V). Capacitors are in different sizes – small capacitors are used in resonance circuits and large capacitors are used as power factor correction capacitors. It is used in electric circuits. It blocks direct current and allows alternating current to pass. To measure the capacitance of capacitors in series: 1/Ctotal = 1/C1 + 1/C2 + 1/C3 +…1/Cn To measure the capacitance of capacitors in parallel:Ctotal=C1+C2….CnThe energy of a capacitor is given by EC = C × VC2 / 2. HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 is a perfect book to enhance your problem-solving approach to complex questions of Capacitor.

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HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Capacitor Chapter 9

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