Can you create dc power from an ac motor, and convert back to ac?

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A rectifier is used to convert AC to DC power. In theory, the rectifier is a diode that converts AC to DC. A rectifier can be used with a motor providing AC to get DC. The device that converts the DC to AC is called Inverter. The inverter is a condenser in principle.
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