Yet more electrical attraction

yet...more electrical attraction :)

hello everyone
i posted a question erleair about electrical attraction, and the answers were really helpful, i hope i can help me with this too

here's the situation, i have a circiut with a battery of 100 volts and a capacitor having "100 Micro farad, 100 volts", i'll leave the circuit to charge the capacitors 100% after charging is done, i want to open the circiut, so that the cahrge is trapped on the plates (1e-2 coulomb) of the capacitor, after the charge is trapped on the plates, i want to separate the plates using some insulator (wood or whatever) so that the space between the 2 plates is 1 meter, and the chrage is still on them.

the area of each plate is 5 Cm2.

there are 2 things i want to know acutally
1- the capacitance law is C= E.A/X
when i pull the 2 plates far from each other, the "x" is going to be increased and the capcitance will be decreased. a high charge on a low capacitance, would the plates give a spark and get rid of that big charge?? or would it keep the charge??? what else would happen???

2-if everything worked perfect, and i could take the 2 plates away from each other, a whole meter, would the attraction ofrce be hundreds of newtons??? (apporximatley, according to coulomb's law)

thanks
Error404

I feel for 1) the capacitance is decreased, but distance between the plates is increased, so it wont be a problem since same charges are far apart.

uart