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A parallel plate capacitor is charged to a total charge Q and then the battery is removed. A slab of material with dielectric constant ? is inserted between the plates. (Justify your chosen answers for the following)
• The charge stored in the capacitor:
(i) Increases (ii) Decreases (iii) Unchanged
• The energy stored in the capacitor:
(i) Increases (ii) Decreases (iii) Unchanged
• The force on the dielectric
(i) Attractive (ii) Repulsive (iii) Neutral

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