Capacitor

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A capacitor (oreeginally kent as a condenser) is a passive twa-terminal electrical component uised tae store energy electrostatically in an electric field. The furms o practical capacitors vary widely, but aw contain at least twa electrical conductors separatit bi a dielectric (insulator); for example, ane common construction consists o metal foils separatit bi a thin layer o insulatin film. Capacitors are widely uised as pairts o electrical circuits in mony common electrical devices.