- TYPES OF CAPICITORS AND THEIR CAPICITANCE
- GROUPING OF CAPACITORS
- Energy Stored In A Capacitor
- Total Energy Stored In Combination Of Capacitors
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A capacitor is a passive two-terminal electrical component that stores electrical energy in an electric field. It is an arrangement for storing large amount of electric charge and hence energy in a small space.
Usually, a capacitor consists of a system of two conductors separated by an insulating medium. Often the two conductors are charged by connecting them to the two terminals of a battery. The basic symbol that is used for capacitor is
Some common terms
Capacitance of a conductor is related to its ability to store the electric charge. SI unit of capacitance is Farad (F).
1 F = 1 Coulomb (C)1 Volt (V)
Capacity of a conductor is the ratio of charge given to the conductor to rise its potential.
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