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So I guess resistance and I operate over a certain length. So the length is increasing, so that means resistance and length increase, so potential difference increases? Is this correct logic?

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So I guess resistance and I operate over a certain length. So the length is increasing, so that means resistance and length increase, so potential difference increases? Is this correct logic?

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The Potential would increase, as work is required to move the plates apart.

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i believe you have a formula for the voltage across two plates in a parallel plate capacitor whjich is related to the charge, distance and area of the two plates. Since you only change one thing d (distance between the plates) V will change accordingly

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