Capacitors vs Inductor

Capacitors and Inductors are two electrical components which are widely employed in electrical networks for different tasks. The Inductor is measured in Henry and its property is known as inductance, whereas the capacitor is measured in Farads and its property is known as capacitance. Inductor appears as a short circuit for DC whereas Capacitor is an open circuit for the DC. After watching this video you’ll be able to learn the difference between both these components.

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