|Oct16-07, 09:32 PM||#1|
Say we have an isolated spherical capacitor that sits on an isulating rod with a conducting base. Is the reason that we get a more accurate reading for the capacitance with the same voltage being applied on the base as being applied to the probe because we create zero potential difference therefore no electric field and effects from it?
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