Capacitors, inductors, and resistors are the essential passive components used in electrical and electronic circuits.
Capacitors, inductors, and resistors are the essential passive components used in electrical and electronic circuits. They are constructed with a variety of materials: ceramics, metals, conductive polymers, and films.
How Much Do You Know About Polymer Capacitors?
element14 has been talking about polymer capacitors a lot in the last few months. Before we talk too much, we thought we would give Community members a chance to show their stuff. We wrote a 25-question quiz on polymer capacitors for you to take. Have fun!
Experimenting with Polymer Capacitors
We're proud to announce our grand prize winner of the Experimenting with Polymer Capacitors Competition. See who won the Keysight InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series Digital Oscilloscope and read all the finishers' experiment blogs.
In this video, you will learn about polymer capacitors, including types, differences, characteristics, and how they compare to MLCCs.
Classical electromagnetic theory explains how electromagnetic forces interact with charges and currents based on a Newtonian model.
Here's the poll question:
In 1820 _________ discovered that when an electric current flows in a conductor a magnetic field is produced. Less than a decade later, ________ established the relationship between current and the magnetic field. In 1831, ________ discovered that a changing magnetic field causes current to flow in a closed electric circuit linked by a magnetic field. _________demonstrated that there is a relationship between a changing magnetic field and the induced current. ________ proved that magnetic poles cannot exist in isolation. In 1865, _______ unified electromagnetism theory in four equations that completely describe the behavior of electric and magnetic fields.
(If you like this quiz question, stay tuned to the element14 Quiz Series. In September, we will publish our Quiz on Inductors. This quiz question is a taste of what you will be quizzed on. As usual, if you get 100%, you will earn a secret prize.
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