Capacitors

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a) What must be the radius of a conducting sphere, located in the vacuum, so that its capacity is 1 F;

b) Assuming the planet Earth as a perfect sphere of radius equal to 6400 km, what is its capacitance?

Assume the Coulomb constant as. \( k_{0}=9 \times 10^{9}\;\frac{\text{N.m}^{2}}{\text{C}^{2}} \)

b) Assuming the planet Earth as a perfect sphere of radius equal to 6400 km, what is its capacitance?

Assume the Coulomb constant as. \( k_{0}=9 \times 10^{9}\;\frac{\text{N.m}^{2}}{\text{C}^{2}} \)

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