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The standard unit of electrical capacity; the capacity of a condenser whose charge, having an electro-motive force of one volt, is equal to the amount of electricity which, with the same electromotive force, passes through one ohm in one second; the capacity, which, charged with one coulomb, gives an electro-motive force of one volt.
The derived SI unit of capacitance: the capacitance of a capacitor between the plates where there is a potential difference of 1 volt when charged by a quantity of electricity of 1 coulomb. This is a very large unit; microfarads (10 -6 ) and picofarads (10 -12 ) are most commonly used.
unit of measure of capacitance. Named after Farad.
The basic unit of capacitance. A capacitor has a capacitance of 1 farad when a voltage potential of 1 volt across it produces a charge of 1 coulomb.
the SI unit of measurement of capacitance; equivalent to A-s/V.
A unit of electrical capacity.
Unit of capacitance capacitor has 1 farad of capacitance when it can store 1 coulomb of charge with a 1 volt potential across its plates.
unit of capacitance; a very large unit, the largest practical unit being the microfarad
The basic unit for capacitance. A capacitor has a value of one farad when it has stored one coulomb of charge with one volt across it.
the capacitance of a capacitor that has an equal and opposite charge of 1 coulomb on each plate and a voltage difference of 1 volt between the plates
a measurement of capacitance of a medium
a very large quantities of capacitance, so we will use metric prefixes to produce more usable numbers
The unit of capacity of a capacitor. Capacitors in our industry are rated in microfarads.
The capacitance of a capacitor such that a potential difference of one volt across its plates causes one coulomb of charge to be stored.
Unit of electrical capacitance, equivalent to 1 coulomb of stored charge per volt of applied potential difference. Named for Michael Faraday.
A unit of capacity that will store one coulomb of electrical charge when one volt of electrical pressure is applied.
The standard unit of capacitance, named after Michael Farad ay, represented by the symbol F. One farad is when one Coulomb of stored charge causes a potential difference of one Volt across its terminal
The unit of capacitance, equivalent to one coulomb of stored charge per volt of applied potential difference. As this is a very large unit, one trillionth of it, the picofarad (pf), is commonly used.
The unit for capacitance. A capacitor that stored one coulomb of charge with one volt across it will have a value of one farad.
the SI unit of capacitance, named after Michael Faraday, symbol F. One farad is a very large capacitance; values of capacitors used in typical circuits are in the microfarad range (micro = one millionth).
A farad is the measure of capacitance. One farad is equal to 1 coulomb of charge between two terminals causing one volt of potential difference.
The unit of capacitance. Fractional values (in the millionths) are employed in practical electronics.
The unit of capacitance, abbreviated as "F", equal to 1 coulomb per volt.
The unit of capacitance. "F" This is a very large value and the most common units are micro farad (uF) and nano farad (n).
Unit used to measure capacity or capacitance.
The capacitance of a capacitor in which a charge of 1 coulomb produces a change of 1 volt in the potential difference between its terminals. The Farad is the unit of capacitance in the mksa system.
Unit of electrical capacity; used to value capacitors.
The basic unit of capacitance. A capacitor has a value of one farad when it can store one coulomb of charge with one volt across it.
The basic unit of a measure of a capacitor. A capacitor charged to 1 volt with a charge of 1 coulomb would have a capacitance of 1 farad. 1 microF = .000001 Farads.
The unit of electrostatic capacity. It represents the capacity of a conductor that requires 1 coulomb of electricity to charge it to the potential of 1 volt.
After Michael Faraday, English (1791-1867). The farad is a unit of electrical capacitance.
unit of capacitance. One farad is defined as the capacitance between two plats with 1 volt applied and charged by 1 coulomb.
n. capacitor with a charge of one coulomb on each plate and a potential difference of one volt between plates.
The unit of electrical capacitance. Used to rate the energy storing capacity of a capacitor and usually rated in microfarads. One farad = the capacitance between whose plates there appears a potential of one volt when charged by one amp/second.
The unit of measure for capacitance. It is the capacitance of a capacitor in which an applied voltage of one volt will store a charge of one coulomb. The more practical units of capacitance are the microfarad and picofarad.
the base unit of capacitance - equal to the capacitance of a capacitor having an equal and opposite charge of 1 coulomb on each plate and a potential difference of 1 volt between the plates (Abbreviation - F). The Farad is a very large value, and is more commonly referred to as the pico-Farad (pF, 1 x 10-12 Farad), nano-Farad (nF, 1 x 10-9 Farad), micro-Farad (uF, 1 x 10-6 Farad), and (less common) milli-Farad (mF, 1 x 10-3 Farad)
Unit of capacitance whereby a charge of one coulomb produced a one-volt potential difference.
The basic unit of capacitance. A capacitor has a capacitance of 1F when a charge of 1 Volt across the capacitor produces a current of 1 Ampere through it. Named after Michael Faraday.