Hello, So I am told that capacitance is a measure of how much charge can be stored in a capacitor. However, I don't have an intuitive understanding for why it is a relationship between charge and voltage. Can anyone help me in understanding it? I'm imagining one capacitor attached to a battery. Electrons on one side of the plate leave that plate, go through the battery, and go over to the other side. If I increase the voltage of the battery, I would think even more electrons would leave the plate, yet the same amount always goes back to the other side. That ratio of charges to applied voltage is the same. If I make the capacitor larger, is it the case that for a given amount of voltage, the same amount of electrons would leave one plate and go to the other side?