[ US /kəˈpæsətɝ/ ]
[ UK /kəpˈæsɪtɐ/ ]
  1. an electrical device characterized by its capacity to store an electric charge
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How To Use capacitor In A Sentence

  • Such an anode body may be used to be filled in the liquid electrolyte in the container to make a capacitor.
  • It monitors the charging of the timing capacitor in astable and monostable circuits.
  • You can increase the capacitance of a capacitor by making the plates larger.
  • The range is built by optimising combinations of various styles of inductors with the appropriate capacitors, varistors and other components to give a comprehensive range of suppression levels.
  • The stable oily liquid, which absorbs intense heat, was used as a coolant for electrical transformers and capacitors.
  • In rural areas, thousands of farmers had installed capacitors on electric water pumps to run these on two-phase supply meant for household use.
  • These devices need two external ceramic capacitors to produce stable, efficient positive voltages.
  • An electrical charge stored in the capacitor is one bit of memory information.
  • If all else fails, poor coke in and complain that users are abusing pcs One thing that can get you, especially if you overclock, is blown electrolytical capacitors. | IT Forums
  • As I said, the impedance of a capacitor is inversely proportional to its capacitance and the impedance of an inductor directly proportional to its inductance.
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