Posted by **Elbe** on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 4:21pm.

Which of the following parallel-plate capacitors hold the largest charge?

A) A capacitor with area A and separation 2d connected to voltage 4V

B) A capacitor with area 2A and separation d connected to voltage 2V

C) A capacitor with area 2A and separation 2d connected to voltage V

D) A capacitor with area A and separation d connected to voltage V

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