Batteries VS Capacitors: Guide for Electrical Engineers

The electrical battery is a combination of two or more cells which are connected together to power the electronic components and devices. A battery has two terminals namely the cathode and the anode.
On the other hand, the capacitor is also a two-terminal electronic component. However, it stores the electricity in its electric field and its effect is known as capacitance. In this video, you’ll learn the comparative difference between both these components.

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