Please show all steps, thank you. Question below:The plates of a parallel-plate capacitor in a vacuum are 5.00mm apart and 2.0mm m2 in the area. A 10.0kV potential difference is applied across the capacitor. ComputeA. The CapacitanceB. The Charge on each plateC. The magnitude of the electric field between the platesD. Energy stored in the CapacitorE. The energy density of the electric field between the plates

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The plates of a parallel-plate capacitor in a vacuum are 5.00mm apart and 2.0mm m2 in the area. A 10.0kV potential difference is applied across the capacitor. Compute
A. The Capacitance
B. The Charge on each plate
C. The magnitude of the electric field between the plates
D. Energy stored in the Capacitor
E. The energy density of the electric field between the plates

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A.

Capacitance is,

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B.

Charge on each plate is,

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C.

The electric field betwee...

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