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**Capacitance** is the ability of a body to store an electric charge. There are two
closely related notions of **capacitance**: self **capacitance** and mutual **capacitance**.

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Introduction to the **capacitance** of a two plate capacitor.

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A basic overview of capacitors and **capacitance**. By David Santo Pietro.

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Capacitors. **Capacitance** is typified by a parallel plate arrangement and is
defined in terms of charge storage: A battery will transport charge from one plate
to the ...

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Electronics Tutorial about **Capacitance** and Charge on a Capacitors Plates and
how the Charge affects the **Capacitance** of a Capacitor.

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Electronics Tutorial and Introduction to Capacitors and Capacitor basics
including their **Capacitance** and how Capacitors store a Charge on their Plates.

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**Capacitance** (symbol C) is a measure of a capacitor's ability to store charge. A
large **capacitance** means that more charge can be stored. **Capacitance** is ...

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What is **Capacitance**? **Capacitance** is the ability to store electrical energy. Almost
all things, including you, can store some electrical energy and therefore have ...

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There are three basic factors of capacitor construction determining the amount of
**capacitance** created. These factors all dictate **capacitance** by affecting how ...