how does the polarised capacitor works? at which situation
in circut it is used?
Answer / divya santhoshi1
a polarised capacitor is one which has anode on one side
and cathode on the other side.the positive terminal is
always at a higher voltage than the negative terminal.hence
it is called polarised.it is found in power supply filters.
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