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I am new to this group and joined after reading this intresting discussion. In extention th the David, I've one doubt to find the voltage between two capa. Suppose a capa network is like Vsupply(1V)-C1-C2-gnd; Let say Vx is the between node name. Vx1=C1/(C1+C2)*1v =0.5v if C1=C2; Now Vsupply=2v, I want to calculate new Vx1, say Vx2, from charge-conservation theory.Previous total charge was 1v*[C1*C2/(C1+C2)] -series combination; Current total charge is (2v-Vx2)C1 +Vx2*C2; If you equate both charge, Vx2=1/(C2-C1)*[1v*{C1*C2/(C1+C2)}-2v*C1] which infinity if C1=C2.

Pls you (Russ or anybody) point out where I am wrong; Russ

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# Homework Help: Capactive network

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