Context: Consider a circuit with only two linear time invariant capacitors. If I charge one the capacitors and then throw a switch that closes the circuit, there will be some redistribution of charge. The capacitors are ideal and there is no resistance in the circuit.
I calculated the energy before the circuit was closed and after the circuit attained a steady state. There was some energy dissipation.
My question is: In what form is the dissipated energy leaving the circuit?