What is a capacitor?

A capacitor is an electrical component which can temporarily store electrical energy within an electric field.

All capacitors are constructed with at least two electrical conductors separated by a dielectric material.

Name of Technology:

Capacitor

Year Introduced:

1926

Invented by :

Charles Pollak

Open Source or Proprietary:

Open source

Main technology category:

Electrical component

Patent:

Yes

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