(a) from the definition of capacitance c = q/δv, it follows that an uncharged capacitor has a capacitance of zero.
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(a) from the definition of capacitance c = q/δv, it follows that an uncharged capacitor has a capacitance of zero.
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1. User Answers andriansp
That statement is true.
the capacitor is initially uncharged, but starts to charged when the switch is closed.
The potential difference across the resistor will steadily dropped as the potential difference across the capacitor increased.