For the sake of convenience all the various types of electrostatic, electrolytic, electrochemical (i.e., electric double-layer) capacitors and hybrid types will be referred to only as capacitors, unless otherwise noted.
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Updated: 1 January 2002Publisher: Tyra Buczkowski
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