Colored bands and/or 42.

dots

The two methods of marking capacitors as to type, capacitance, and voltage rating

are:

(1) Colored bands and/or dots

(2)

Letter-and-

43.

The amount of electrical charge stored in a capacitor depends on:

number

designations

(1) The capacity of the capacitor.

(2) The value of the DC voltage across it.

The relationship of charge (Q), capacitance (C), and voltage (E) is shown by the

basic formula:

Q = CE

Where:

Q = Quantity of charge, in coulombs.

C = Capacitance, in farads.

E = Applied DC voltage, in volts.

Other forms of this formula are:

The basic formula which shows the relationship of charge (0), capacitance (C), and

voltage (E) is:

(Complete the formula.)

Q=

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