Electricity Storage Devices

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EVERYDAY SCIENCE ELECTRICTY STORAGE DEVICES ALINA AGHA BS MC 2K10
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TYPES : Capacitor Super capacitor
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CAPACITORS A capacitor is a storage device for electric charge.
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A capacitor can be charged by connecting it to a battery or any other source of current. A capacitor can be discharged by connecting it to any closed circuit that allows current to flow.
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The current flowing into or out of a particular capacitor depends on four things: 1. The amount of charge already in the
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Unformatted text preview: capacitor. 2. The voltage applied to the capacitor by the circuit. 3. Any circuit resistance that limits the current flowing in the circuit. 4. The capacitance of the capacitor. If any confusion. .BATTERY It is made up of one or more electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical energy into electrical energy. There are two types of batteries: primary batteries (disposable batteries), Thankyou :D...
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