I'm trying to find the voltage drop across a capacitor in a DC circuit. We can assume that the capacitor is fully charged and in a steady state. Therefore, the capacitor is now an open circuit. So this is really an open circuit voltage problem.
My question concerns the following section of the circuit:
Node a -> resistor -> node b -> capacitor -> ground
Is the voltage at node b zero because no current flows through the capacitor \$(V=0R)\$? Or does the voltage at node b equal voltage at node a?