# Physics

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Capacitors are used in many applications where you need to supply a short burst of energy. A 143 μF capacitor in an electronic flash lamp supplies an average power of 12.6 kW to the lamp for 2.95 ms. To what potential difference must the capacitor initially be charged?
What is its initial charge?

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