Q: What is the value for micro farad?

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micro farad

farad is the unit for capacitance in SI system. If one volt is developed as one coulomb charge is placed then capacitance has to be one farad. But one farad is enormous large one so practically speaking we use only micro farad, nano farad and pico farad. They are respectively 10-6 F, 10-9 F and 10-12 F

(a) what is the total capacitance of this arrangement (B) the charge stored on each capacitor (C) the voltage across the 50 micro farad capacitor and the energy stored in it. 20v and 20+30+50 micro farad

That's the component to use wherever a capacitive reactance equal to -j(159,155/frequency) is required.

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A Farad is the electrical unit of capacitance. Many commonly used capacitors (also known as condensors) are measured in micro-Farads (μF). A micro-Farad is one millionth of a Farad. To convert from micro-Farads to Farads, divide the micro-Farad value by one million. 2 micro-farads = 0.000002 Farads.

about 500 uF

micro farad

It is unit of capacitance. 220 micro farad.

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100 microfarads = -- 100,000,000 picofarads -- 100,000 nanofarads -- 0.1 millifarad -- 0.0001 farad

kvar = kva*sin@

Since the total capacitance for capacitors in parallel is the sum of the individual capacitances. I'm sure that you can work it out for yourself!

It is usually 80-100 UF(micro farad)

420 micro farad=1 kvar

farad is the unit for capacitance in SI system. If one volt is developed as one coulomb charge is placed then capacitance has to be one farad. But one farad is enormous large one so practically speaking we use only micro farad, nano farad and pico farad. They are respectively 10-6 F, 10-9 F and 10-12 F

In parallel, add the microfarads.