While analyzing the quarter project of my physics class, there was a question that I counld't answer. The question of the experiment is: How do the charging times of different capacitors vary with capacitance? Objectives • Collect and organize data on the rate of charge of different capacitors. • Compare and contrast the rate of charging for different capacitances. • Make and use graphs of potential difference versus time for several capacitors. Materials • 9-V battery • voltmeter • 9-V battery clip • 47-kῼ resistor • hook-up wires • stopwatch • switch • capacitors: 1000 μF,470 μF, 220 μFe When I did the experiment, at any time the voltmeter read 9-V, and the teacher asked me to answer to this: Does each capacitor charge to 9-V? Propose an explanation for the observed behavior.