How CAPACITORS Work (ElectroBOOM101-006)

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Students of class 12 specially indians can learn physics here rather wasting time with other teachers

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Sai Kiran
Sai Kiran

so u say passing ac through a capacitor does have no effect and it jus functions like a conductor? so a capacitor is jus like a piece of wire while working with ac? i really want know!

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Sai Kiran
Sai Kiran

@The Great Zoom Thank you v much for taking your time to write such a detailed reply

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The Great Zoom
The Great Zoom

It depends on the frequency of the AC signal and how the capacitor is set up. At high frequencies, a capacitor in series will act like a short but at low frequencies or at DC it will appear open. If the capacitor is in parallel, these things are reversed and high frequency signals will make the capacitor open and low frequency will short. This happens because capacitors can only charge/discharge at a certain speed. If the signal is changing very quickly a series capacitor will never reach equilibrium and continues to let current flow. Technically, it won't be a short because the capacitor actually acts a little bit like a resistor in this case, only instead of having resistance it has what we call "impedance". This is because the capacitor charges/discharges slower the closer it gets to full/empty. If you had to do the math on something like this, that's actually where imaginary numbers start coming into play.

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Doping an electron.... Is that what u meant by "Bribing" on 0:55.. ??

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Hello sir Can I replace 16v 1000uf to 16v 3300uf ? Atx power supply for car amplifier

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Capacitor go boom

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Michael C

You're a good teacher Mehdi. Finally understand current flow.

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FULLY expected the first capacitor to explode, but it made me jump anyway.

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Bavo Kegels
Bavo Kegels

why don't we ever make a loop out of magnetic material?

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Suchitra Sen
Suchitra Sen

According to him ac passes through a capacitor because it zigzags between the plates whereas dc hits the plates directly. Told by him more than 6 years ago in another video

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Xeno Bardock
Xeno Bardock

Charge in capacitor is stored in the dielectric because you can charge a capacitor and then replace all the metals connected to dielectric and still discharge the capacitor by shorting it. Check video "Ben Franklin Was Right - Capacitor Energy Storage".

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The Great Zoom
The Great Zoom

That is not true. Charge accumulates on the conductors in a capacitor, while energy is stored in the electric field between those conductors. That field comes from the difference in charge on the two conductors. If you remove one conductor, the field will dissipate and become weak very quickly. Replacing the same conductor without changing the charge it carried would, ideally, keep the capacitor charged the same as before it was disassembled. However, replacing the conductors using the same dielectric would do nothing. The two removed conductors would simply retain their charges until given a path to opposite charges.

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Shay Garadi

if i connect DC 16v capacitor to 9v DC circuit, it will work ok or i will make a mess¿

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The Great Zoom
The Great Zoom

No, the capacitor is rated to 16V which means it operates at any voltage below that, not that it will always be 16V. Capacitors charge up a voltage, so that means you can charge that capacitor to about 16V before it breaks or misbehaves.

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The physics teacher I wish I had, yet never had. This was so informative, clear and witty. You are very good at explaining. THANK YOU FOR YOUR VIDEO! Also, with regards ti current trailing voltage with 90 degrees, does this have anything to do with the fact that a capacitor used as an audio crossover delays the audio signal with 90 degrees?

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Izan Robles

Yes but... What are capacitors used for?

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How about transistor

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9:10 So he know calculus too

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BONG D

Nice video. If u don't mind, A question , My 12acv and 2 amp passing thru a rectifier, the output measure 12dcv with 2amp. How can i increase the amp without decreasing the 12dcv output? Capacitor probably will make a lot of changes to this connection. thanks!

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Kevin
Kevin

Mehdi, I hope my long question makes sense. In an AC capacitor circuit when the generator is at MAX on the positive (Upper) side and the current is at zero (90 degrees leading), does the current begin to increase now on the negative side of zero because the AC source is now decreasing in voltage (EMF) while the Capacitor (which was previously balanced to the AC source) is now slightly higher and pushing back on the source in the opposite direction as the source voltage continues to drop? …even though the source voltage is still in the upper positive side. In other words if two batteries of equal size are connected with negative too negative and pos to pos they fight each other and there is no current flow. If however, one battery lowers its voltage the larger battery wins the direction of current flow. If that is true then I also think it's poorly taught that when the instant an AC source is turned on the Voltage (force) is zero and the Current is max. That cannot be. Current does not flow without a force of some sort behind it. Now the voltage can be very tiny to produce large amounts of current as long as the resistance is very low, but the Force is with us ; >) . Is that also true?

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This is the best explanation of capacitors I have ever seen!

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tech Freak

I wanna know why the capacitor bursted

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tech Freak
tech Freak

I think that in electrolytic capacitor have polarity like positive to positive Negative to negative

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Ahmad Ossaily

Hello mehdi, I have a question plz, can u tell me why does speaker tweeter have capacitors ?

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Eric Hacop

Thank you Mehdi Jan. This was the best explanation of Capacitor I've ever heard!!!

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Thanku so much

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Can you do transistors as switches?

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