When the inner sphere of a spherical capacitor is grounded and a charge is given to the outer sphere, then it is said that two capacitors are in parallel : 1) outer sphere and the ground and 2) inner sphere and the inner surface of the outer sphere. My question is about the second one. Since the inner sphere is grounded, does not it mean that all the induced charge of the inner sphere will be grounded ? Then the second capacitor should also be between the inner surface of the outer sphere and the ground. Where am I going wrong ?