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Effect on Capacitance

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Hi,
If water is between the two plates of capacitor then what will be the effect on capacitance whether it will increase or decrease.
 

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Dear kashif9744,

If water is between the two plates of capacitor then what will be the effect on capacitance whether it will increase or decrease.

I guess you know that in c=εd/A; ε=dielectric const. is in direct proportion with capacitace 'c'. The question is incomplete. If you could tell us what was the initial dielectric then we can say 'increase; or 'decrease' w.r.t that..!!

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And what kind of water. Ion-free or it will conduct.
 

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it will increase if the dielectric coefficient increase and vice versa and it will decrease if the width of the dielectric increases and vice versa....
 

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