Two parallel-plate capacitor with different distances between the plates are connected in parallel to a voltage source. A point positive charge is moved from a point $A$, that is exactly in the middle between the plates of a capacitor $C_{1}$ to a point $B$ (or a capacitor $C_{2}$ that lies at a distance from the negative plate of $C_{2}$ equal to half the distance between the plates of $C_{1}$) During this process of moving the charge

A

The potential at $A$ is greater than potential at $B$

B

The potential at $A$ is less then potential at $B$

C

The work done to move that point positive charge from $A$ to $B$ is greater than zero.

D

The work done to move the point positive charges from $A$ to $B$ is zero.

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Correct option is A)

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