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EE SCIENCE II
Lab: #6Title: Build and Measure a Capacitor
Date: 18th Feb 2019
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SUMMARY OF RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
In this lab, parallel plate capacitors were designed, assembled and measured with the main
objective of understanding the design of the single and multiple dielectrics in capacitors. The RC
circuit was used in this experiment to measure the capacitance of capacitors and a comparison
made between the measured and calculated values.
The experimental results clearly portray that the capacitance in circuits depends on the charge
and the potential difference between the two plates. In specific terms, the potential difference
between plates of the capacitor is directly related to the charge on the capacitor and inversely
related to the capacitance.
The sum of sine waves at a particular frequency has been proven to be mathematically equivalent
to the square wave. For this, the square sine was applied as the input waveform in this laboratory
exercise. The factors to consider while determining the frequency and amplitude of the square
wave are the span of the function and the offset.
The percentage of error of less than 10% in both cases was in agreement with the range of
experimental uncertainty (see Table 1 – 3). Probable sources of error may be attributed by wrong
experimental setup or mistakes while taking measurements.
The total capacitance is given as, C =
negative plates given as, E =