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A fundamental electronic component that stores energy in an electric field, commonly used in filtering applications.

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\$ \Delta U = \dfrac{I \times T}{C}\$ for DC current only! (I - current, T - time, C - capacitance). in general: \$ u(t) = \dfrac{1}{C} \times \int{i dt}\$
answered Oct 7 '10 by mazurnification
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In general voltage on the capacitor with respect to the current is governed by the equation: \$v(t)= \frac{q(t)}{C} = \frac{1}{C}\int_{t_0}^t i(\tau) \mathrm{d}\tau+v(t_0)\$, By the definition for … simple! The voltage across capacitor will change linearly with time. The "rate" of change (or "slope") depends on the current magnitude and the capacitance: The bigger the capacitance the slower …
answered Nov 30 '11 by mazurnification