Which of the following statements associated with capacitors is wrong?

Which of the following statements associated with capacitors is wrong?

A. A capacitor resists an abrupt change in the voltage across it in a manner analogous to the way a spring resists abrupt change in its displacement
B. A capacitor resists an abrupt change in the current flowing through it.
C. lt is impossible to change the voltage across a capacitor even if the current through the capacitor by a finite amount in zero time, for this requires infinite current through the capacitor.
D. A finite amount of energy can be stored in a capacitor even if the current through the capacitor is zero, such as when the voltage across it is a constant.

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Answer: B

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