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# what What is the charge of linear and non-linear capacitors with same current

The following simple circuit has $$\V1\$$ as a $$\DC \$$ voltage supply and $$\C1\$$ is a linear capacitor and $$\C2\$$ is non-lineaer capacitor.

It is known that:

$$\q_1 = C_1\cdot V_{c1} \$$ , hence a linear capacitor

$$\q_2 = \alpha\cdot \sqrt{V_{c2}} \$$ , non-linear capacitor

Since both capacitors are in series, thus the same current flows through them, is it correct to clime they has the same amount of charge (i.e. $$\q_1 = q_2\$$) after some $$\t \to \infty\$$? simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

# what is the charge of linear and non-linear capacitors with same current

The following simple circuit has $$\V1\$$ as a $$\DC \$$ voltage supply and $$\C1\$$ is a linear capacitor and $$\C2\$$ is non-lineaer capacitor.

It is known that:

$$\q_1 = C_1\cdot V_{c1} \$$ , hence a linear capacitor

$$\q_2 = \alpha\cdot \sqrt{V_{c2}} \$$ , non-linear capacitor

Since both capacitors are in series, thus the same current flows through them, is it correct to clime they has the same amount of charge (i.e. $$\q_1 = q_2\$$) after some $$\t \to \infty\$$? simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

# What is the charge of linear and non-linear capacitors with same current

The following simple circuit has $$\V1\$$ as a $$\DC \$$ voltage supply and $$\C1\$$ is a linear capacitor and $$\C2\$$ is non-lineaer capacitor.

It is known that:

$$\q_1 = C_1\cdot V_{c1} \$$ , hence a linear capacitor

$$\q_2 = \alpha\cdot \sqrt{V_{c2}} \$$ , non-linear capacitor

Since both capacitors are in series, thus the same current flows through them, is it correct to clime they has the same amount of charge (i.e. $$\q_1 = q_2\$$) after some $$\t \to \infty\$$? simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab

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# what is the charge of linear and non-linear capacitors with same current

The following simple circuit has $$\V1\$$ as a $$\DC \$$ voltage supply and $$\C1\$$ is a linear capacitor and $$\C2\$$ is non-lineaer capacitor.

It is known that:

$$\q_1 = C_1\cdot V_{c1} \$$ , hence a linear capacitor

$$\q_2 = \alpha\cdot \sqrt{V_{c2}} \$$ , non-linear capacitor

Since both capacitors are in series, thus the same current flows through them, is it correct to clime they has the same amount of charge (i.e. $$\q_1 = q_2\$$) after some $$\t \to \infty\$$? simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab