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December 25, 2009

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devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1261785570 ) Play

If 1 = 2/3, identify 1,2 and 3.

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Answer:

Farad = Coulomb / Volt


22 Responses to “I can hold a lot”

  1. varuns88
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    1.Michael Faraday
    2.Coulomb
    3.Volta


  2. udupendra
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    Farad = Coulomb / Volt


  3. Ps

    faraday coulomb and volta

    1 C = 1 F * 1 V


  4. C=Q/V

    faraday=coulomb/volta


  5. shrik
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    Michael Faraday, Charles Coulomb and Alessandro Volta respectively. F = C/V.


  6. sidsen
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    faraday coulomb volta – wasn\’t a similar question been asked before


  7. madhur
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    C=Q/V

    1. Michael Faraday 2. Charles-Augustin de Coulomb 3. Alessandro Volta


  8. 1 farad= coulomb/volt


  9. Logik
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    2 – de Coulomb.

    1 – Michael Faraday.
    therefore,
    3 – Alessandro Volta.

    And from wiki :
    A farad is the charge in coulombs a capacitor will accept for the potential across it to change 1 volt.


  10. dheeraj

    1>Michael Faraday
    2>Christopher Columbus
    3>Alessandro Volta


  11. Raghuvansh
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    Farad = Coulomb / Volt. Hence Farad, Coulomb, Volta.


  12. Ananth
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    farad = coulomb/volt


  13. Rogi
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    1 = Michael Faraday
    2 = Charles Augustin de Coulomb
    3 = Alessandro Volta

    But…
    One coulomb is the amount of charge stored by a capacitance of one farad charged to a potential difference of one volt:

    1C = 1F x 1V

    So, my laws aren\’t matching up with the formula as given.


  14. Rogi
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    Heh. Never heard of a coulomb/volt before. I read now that 1 farad = 1 coulomb/volt. Or, more precisely 1 farad = 1.00049024022 coulomb/volt.


  15. Dibyo
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    faraday, coulomb and volta


  16. C = Q/V

    Michael Faraday
    Coulomb
    Volta


  17. Faraday, Coulomb, Volta.
    The SI unit of capacitance is Farad.


  18. 1. Farady
    2. Coulomb
    3. Volta


  19. piezocake

    Farad = Coulomb / Volt.
    Phew.


  20. Rithwik K

    A farad is the charge in coulombs a capacitor will accept for the potential across it to change 1 volt. A coulomb is 1 ampere second.


  21. emrohit

    1. Michael Faraday
    2. Charles-Augustin de Coulomb
    3. Alessandro Volta


  22. krudebox
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    Faraday, Coulomb & Volta


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