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I understand that if there are two capacitors in a circuit with a potential difference V

_{ab}then the potential difference across the capacitors is also V

_{ab}.

Every example I have seen have been for two capacitors with different capacitance, therefore the charge on each capacitor will also differ.

But what about if there are two capacitors in parallel with equal capacitance? What consequence will this have for the resulting charge on each capacitor?

Thanks