POST PRACTICA DESCARGA

# POST PRACTICA DESCARGA - PAULOMARTINSPENNA...

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LABORATORIO DE FISICA II PAULO MARTINS PENNA LUIS ANGEL DIAZ CANEJA SANTIAGO GUTIERREZ ARVIZU GRUPO MIERCOLES Carga y Descarga de un Capacitor FALTA INCLUIR GRAFICAS Y YA Objetivo.- Encontrar la relaci ó n que existe entre el voltaje y el tiempo al descargar un  capacitor. Resumen.- En esta pr á ctica utilizamos LabPro para medir el potencial contra el tiempo  cuando se descargan capacitores con diferente capacitancia conectados a una  resistencia y a una fuente. t r o e V V 1 - = Nuestra principal teor í a es que a menor capacitancia menor tiempo de  descarga en el capacitor. Las capacitancias obtenidas fueron: Capacitor naranja: 1001x10-6 F con un error de 3.5%. Capacitor morado: 670x10-6 F con un error de 13.9%. Capacitor gris: 614x10-6 F con un error de 9.3%. Capacitor azul: 345x10-6 F con un error de 9.6%.

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