Hello, I thought I had questions concerning Kirchoff's rules down to a tee, but now capacitors have entered the scene and i'm stumped. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The circuit in the drawing (attached) shows two resistors, a capacitor, and a battery. When the capacitor is fully charged, what is the magnitude q of the charge on one of its plates? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I apologise for the terrible resolution of the image, but I think it's still readable. From the junction rule; IA = IB + IC For loop A; 12V = 2IA + 4IC My text book says a loop does not need to contain a battery, so my expression for loop B is; 4Ic = Q/C I am confused about whether the capacitor represents a voltage drop, because to me, it seems like a fully charged capacitor should create a potential rise. I am unsure about whether I need to make an expression for the loop created by the 'outer' sides of the circuit. Please can you help me in this regard? Thanks.