A glass jar holds a single germ. After one minute, the germ splits into two germs. One minute after that, the two germs each split again, forming a total of four germs, continuing at this rate, a single germ can multiply to fill the whole jar in exactly one hour. Know this, how long in minutes, would it take to fill the jar if you had started with two germs?
The Leyden jar, invented by chance in 1746, was one of the earliest types of capacitors (see the figure below), made by covering the inner and outer surfaces of a glass jar with conducting layers (for example, aluminum foil). It