For a parallel plate capacitor which is being charged out of the following the incorrect statement is 

 (A) Energy stored in the capacitor does not enter it through the connecting wire through the space around the wires and plates of capacitor. 

 (B) Rate at which energy flows into this volume is equal to the integration of the poynting vector over the boundary of the volume between the plates. 

 (C) The poynting vector points everywhere radially outward of the volume between plates. 

 (D) The poynting vector points everywhere radially in to the volume between the plates.
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For a parallel plate capacitor which is being charged out of the following the incorrect statement is 

 (A) Energy stored in the capacitor does not enter it through the connecting wire through the space around the wires and plates of capacitor. 

 (B) Rate at which energy flows into this volume is equal to the integration of the poynting vector over the boundary of the volume between the plates. 

 (C) The poynting vector points everywhere radially outward of the volume between plates. 

 (D) The poynting vector points everywhere radially in to the volume between the plates.

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