Small question: The capacitance of parrallel plates decreases as you increase the distance between them, why? I know the voltage increases, because the electric field is constant, but how does this stop more charge from entering the plate? I mean our voltage relative to some far-off charge is excessively high and yet this doesn't change our capacitance by much? Just a conceptual thing. I can do the work, I just need to know WHY it works!