My question is with reference to this question - ESD protection using a capacitor
I am unable to grasp the relation between charge, voltage, and capacitance, although I can understand all these terms in individual context.
When they come together and get related in this ESD question, I have poor clarity.
Voltage or potential difference between any two points, is the work required to move a charge from one point to another.
However, electric charge is defined as the force that it experiences when placed in an electromagnetic field.
And capacitance, is the ability of an object to store charge.
So, when the accepted answer, states that, when something can have high voltage but low charge, how is it possible and how can I understand it intuitively?
I just want to understand this concept of charge, voltage, and capacitance more intuitively. An analogy would be better.
How is the capacitance value of our body taken as 100pF?