Hello, I was wondering if a capacitor with infinite capacitance existed how could one diagnose it to verify that it actually infact did have "infinite" capacitance?
This would present an untenable paradox. We run across a similar situation when looking at the ionosphere when there's no propagation. Two exact opposite conditions can have the exact same result. No ionization= no ionosphere. Excessive ionization= total absorption. Same results...no radio propagation.Hello, I was wondering if a capacitor with infinite capacitance existed how could one diagnose it to verify that it actually infact did have "infinite" capacitance?
Generally things that go to infinity are theoretical and cannot be made or measured.Hello, I was wondering if a capacitor with infinite capacitance existed how could one diagnose it to verify that it actually infact did have "infinite" capacitance?
I would label all three as item "A" and then state that each item "A" is a perfect substitute for any other item "A".Proposed final exam at Hogwart’s School of Electronics.
You have 3 black boxes with two terminals each. They contain:
1. An infinite Farad capacitor.
2. A zero Ohm resistor.
3. A zero Henry inductor.
Determine which is which by any means you think might work.
What would be the most accurate way to measure for infinite capacitance?The ac impedance of the capacitor would be zero; how accurately you could measure zero impedance would determine how accurately you would determine the capacitance to be infinite.
Assuming they contain what they are labelled, no testing is required.Proposed final exam at Hogwart’s School of Electronics.
You have 3 black boxes with two terminals each. They contain:
1. An infinite Farad capacitor.
2. A zero Ohm resistor.
3. A zero Henry inductor.
Determine which is which by any means you think might work.
Anywhere you like, because it in an infinite distance to the edge.Where would the center of plates of infinite area be located?
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