Hey everyone! I have a doubt that relates to energy stored in different capacitors (when they're in a circuit). I understand how in capacitors connected in parallel, the capacitor with the biggest capacitance stores the most energy because: E = 1/2 CV2 So naturally the bigger the capacitance the bigger the stored energy. However, I don't understand how this is reversed with two capacitors connected in series. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance and I hope I posted this in the correct forum!