A capacitor blocks dc. Explain
Asked by ADITYA MATHEW | 15th Sep, 2014, 06:03: PM
We know that the Capacitive reactance of a capacitor is the obstruction offered by the capacitor to the change of voltage across an element.
And the capacitive reactance XC is inversely proportional to the signal frequency f (or angular frequency,ω) and the capacitance C.
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 16th Sep, 2014, 09:23: AM
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