## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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same as the joule per coulomb , the unit of

joule . The name farad is given to the unit of these dimensions . A condenser has

the

same as the joule per coulomb , the unit of

**capacity**is the coulomb squared perjoule . The name farad is given to the unit of these dimensions . A condenser has

the

**capacity**of 1 farad if equal and opposite charges of 1 coulomb on the two ...Page 24

21 ) Therefore the ratio of the total charge to the potential difference for this

combination , which is the effective

individual condensers . The

...

21 ) Therefore the ratio of the total charge to the potential difference for this

combination , which is the effective

**capacity**, is the sum of the**capacities**of theindividual condensers . The

**capacity**of a condenser can be readily calculated for...

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The one shown employs resistances and

high alternating - current resistance , low direct - current resistance ) replace the

resistances , R , in current - carrying branches . The

The one shown employs resistances and

**capacities**, but in practice choke coils (high alternating - current resistance , low direct - current resistance ) replace the

resistances , R , in current - carrying branches . The

**capacities**C are of such a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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