A2 Physics - Capacitance Watch
I hold a lot of faith in www.antonine-education.co.uk as a website to do notes and learn from (If you're on the AQA Physics A spec, give it a try 10/10 recommend etc). However, the below either isn't reading correctly or I've done too much revision today.
"If we pump electrons onto the negative plate, electrons are repelled from the negative plate. Since positives do not move, a positive charge is induced. The higher the potential difference, the more charge is crowded onto the negative plate and the more electrons repelled from the positive plate. Therefore charge is stored. The plates have a certain capacitance."
If anyone can either correct this or correct me then that would be appreciated!
I'm going to quote in Tank Girl now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed.