A capacitor has square plates, each of side, a, making an angle, theta, with each other as shown in the drawing below. Show that for small theta the capacitance is given by C = epsilon_0 a^2/d (1 – a theta/2 d) The capacitor may be divided into differential strips which are effectively in parallel

25 3 - A capacitor has square plates, each of side, a, making an angle, theta, with each other as shown in the drawing below. Show that for small theta the capacitance is given by C = epsilon_0 a^2/d (1 - a theta/2 d) The capacitor may be divided into differential strips which are effectively in parallel

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images - A capacitor has square plates, each of side, a, making an angle, theta, with each other as shown in the drawing below. Show that for small theta the capacitance is given by C = epsilon_0 a^2/d (1 - a theta/2 d) The capacitor may be divided into differential strips which are effectively in parallel

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