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The Energy Stored in a Charged Capacitor Calculator will calculate the:

- Energy stored in a charged capacitor when the amount of charge and potential difference are given
- Energy stored in a charged capacitor when the amount of charge and capacitance are given

Please note that for the purpose of calculations, the Energy Stored in a Charged Capacitor Calculator assumes that Medium is considered as vacuum or air (ϵ = 1).

The energy stored in a charged capacitor when the amount of charge and potential difference are given is J [Joule] |

The energy stored in a charged capacitor when the amount of charge and capacitance are given is J [Joule] |

Energy stored in capacitor calculations |
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W = C × ∆V^{2}/2W = × ^{2}/2W = × /2W = /2W = |

Energy stored in capacitor calculations |

W = Q^{2}/2CW = ^{2}/2 × W = /W = |

Energy Stored In A Charged Capacitor Calculator Input Values |

Electric charge (Q) C [Coulomb] |

Potential difference (ΔV) V [Volt] |

Capacitance (C) F [Farad] |

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Section 1: Units and Measurements

W = *C × ∆V*^{2}*/**2*

W = *Q*^{2}*/**2C*

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