1-If we had a spherical capacitor and the voltage across it is 1000 V, I need to know the charge on every plate, I know 2 ways to solve this either using C=Q/V or V=Q/r * 1/4ε0∏. So, which one should I use, and why?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

2-Another thing, according to hyperphysics the formula for the capacitance of the spherical capacitor = 4∏ε0/ (1/a - 1/b). Does that mean that the dielectric constant of the dielectric has no effect like parallel plates?

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# Relation between charge and voltage in spherical capacitors

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