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Kirchhoff’s loop rule:
The sum of potential differences around a closed loop is zero.
If two conductors have a potential difference V between the them and have charges Q and -Q respectively on them, then their capacitance is defined as
Capacitors in series:
If capacitors C1, C2, C3 , … are in series, then the equivalent capacitance is given by:
We can replace C1 and C2 by Ceq. As C1 ans C2 are in series,
Let us drop the subscript and call Ceq just C.
Let the potential across the capacitor C be at time t be Vc. Let the charge at time t be q.
Note that as C1 and C2 are in series,
Applying Kirchhoff’s loop rule ,
We know that
Where B is a constant
Substitute q = 0 at t = 0,
Substituting the value of A back,
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