Question
In the circuit shown the capacitor of capacitance C is initially uncharged. Now the capacitor is connected in the circuit as shown. The charge passed through an imaginary circular loop parallel to the plates (also circular) and having the area equal to half of the area of the plates, in one time constant is:



 zero
The correct answer is: zero
In the given crosssection which lies inside the capacitor plates , no charge flows. hence the required charge is 0.
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