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We "charge" a capacitor by causing charges to move from one plate to another. We "discharge", or 'normalize', if we connect it's plates together. Seamingly simply enough. However, I don't understand why ... If we charge TWO capacitors and afterwards connect the + from one to the - of another, charge DOES NOT flow. Or, at least, not as dramatic as one capacitor. Please explain.
Re: Why does charge NOT flow between TWO charged capacitors?
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