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What happens to voltage if capacitance is increased?

A certain amount of charge builds up on the two conductors when a voltage is applied to them. Increasing the voltage would cause a larger charge build up, which would cause greater attraction between the plates, which would further compress the springs, which would increase the capacitance.

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